Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Producent: Pearson Education
  • Rok produkcji: 2012
  • ISBN: 9780132658096
  • Ilość stron: 312
  • Oprawa: Miękka
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Written by an established author, the second edition of Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Theory to Practice, helps educators implement the best evidence-based practices in their classroom, community and home. With a solid emphasis on research, the text offers a practical approach to teaching students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, providing a step-by-step guide for assessment and progress monitoring, and outlining a variety of evidence-based practices organized by major theoretical perspective. Hall devotes a complete chapter to cultural and linguistic diversity and addresses ASD across the lifespan, including preschool, school-age and transitions. Updated with the latest research and strategies, this edition includes a new chapter on transitions, references to DSM-v, and captivating In Their Words accounts of what it is like to live with ASD.Chapter One Classification and the Physiological Approach Chapter Objectives Classification Systems of Autism Spectrum Disorders Prevalence 5 What Causes Autism Spectrum Disorders? Physiological Interventions Working in Collaboration with Specialists Suggestions for Discussion Resources Chapter Two Assessment Chapter Objectives Screening Instruments Diagnostic Processes Addition Measures Used To Assess Outcomes Assessments for Educational Planning and Intervention Curriculum-Based Assessment and Monitoring Progress Ongoing Progress Monitoring Program Evaluation Suggestions for Discussion Resources Chapter Three Collaborating for Effective Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices Chapter Objectives Legislation Guiding Practice Identifying Evidence-Based Practices Implementing Evidence-Based Practices Effectively CEC Code of Ethics for Educators of Persons with Exceptionalities Implementing A Systems Approach The Who, When, Where, What and Why of Effective Systems Working Effectively With Paraprofessionals Working Collaboratively With Families Recomendations To and By Parents Regarding Evidence-Based Practices Maintaining and Sustaining Effective Practice Evolution of Facilitated Communication: A Strategy Without Evidence of Support Selecting Evidence-Based and "New" Strategies Suggestions for Discussion Resources Chapter Four Applied Behavior Analysis: Increasing Skills Chapter Objectives Theoretical Basis for Applied Behavior Analysis History of Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Key Concepts Strategies Based on Key Concepts Key Concepts Put into Practice Ethical Applications Research Support for Practice Suggestions for Discussion Resources Chapter Five Applied Behavior Analysis: Replacing Behavior Chapter Objectives Evolution of Applied Behavior Analysis to Decrease Behavior Selecting Socially Important Behaviors Reinforcement Punishment Motivating Operations Observation and Measurement Strategies Based on Key Concepts Functional Communication Training Self-Management Token Economies Combinations of Strategies Key Concepts Put Into Practice Research Using Applied Behavior Analysis to Decrease and Replace Behaviors Suggestions for Discussion Resources Chapter Six Developmental and Social-Relational Approaches Chapter Objectives Theoretical Basis for the Developmental and Social-Relational Approaches The DIR/Floor Time Approach Responsive Teaching The Hanen Program Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) Enhanced Milieu Teaching The Denver Model and Early Start Denver Model Project Impact Pivotal Response Treatment The SCERTS Model Key Concepts of the Developmental and Social-Relational Approaches Put into Practice Research on the Developmental and Social-Relational Approaches Suggestions for Discussion Resources Chapter Seven Cultural Approaches Chapter Objectives Theoretical Basis for the TEACCH Approach Key Concepts Strategies Based on Key Concepts Key Concepts Put into Practice Research on Structured Teaching and the TEACCH Approach Working in Collaboration with Diverse Families Teaching in a Manner That Is Culturally Responsive Encouraging Identity Development as an Educational Goal Research Support for Practices Focusing on Culture Suggestions for Discussion Resources Chapter Eight Focus on Communication Chapter Objectives Theories of Language Development Understanding Typical Communication Development Communication Issues and Delays in Autism The Importance of Communication Enhancing Educator Skills as Communication Partners Focusing on Oral Language Using Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Systems Addressing Deficits in Nonverbal Communication Functional Communication to Replace Challenging Behavior Strategies to Teach Complex Language Designing an Evidence-Based Classroom to Facilitate Communication Suggestions for Discussion Resources Chapter Nine Building Social Skills and Social Relationships Chapter Objectives Theories of Social Development Understanding Typical Social-Emotional Development Social-Emotional Issues in Autism Spectrum Disorders The Importance of Relating to Others Enhancing Educator Skills as Social Partners Addressing Joint Attention and Social Referencing Teaching Social and Play Skills With Young Peers Additional Strategies Used to Increase Social Skills and Social Interaction Love and Marriage? Issues and Research Questions Suggestions for Discussion Resources Chapter Ten Transition to Adulthood Chapter Objectives Legislation guiding Practice Best Practice in Developing the Individualized Trasition Plan (ITP) Research on Best Practices for Adults With ASD Implementing Evidence-Based Practices Preparing For Post School Outcomes Adult Services and Supports Advocating for Policy Change Call for Optimism and Action in the Creation of Communities of Practice Suggestions for Discussion Resources References Name INdex Subject Index

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Tytuł: Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autor: Laura Hall

Producent: Pearson Education

ISBN: 9780132658096

Rok produkcji: 2012

Ilość stron: 312

Oprawa: Miękka

Waga: 0.43 kg

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