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Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders/ Persuasive Dev

Author: Hodges Chelsea
Description:
Keywords: autism, education, elementary, , , , online teaching

Content:
Crossword hints:
subtle or blatant repetitive motions including hand flapping, finger flicking and tip-toe walking, behavior by a child that results in injury, causes damage to the physical environment, and/or socially isolates the child, communication skills of many students with autism, a strategy that means the same instructional trial is repeated again and again to a predefined criterion of correct performance, individualized short story designed to clarify a particular social context, the perspectives of others in that context, and the social skills to be performed, includes any behavior that involves one student striking another, behaviors of qualitative impairment in social interactions, stereotypical behavior such as abnormal preoccupation, presence of impairment in a social or vocational area, no clincally significant delay, assessments that include interviews with parents and previous teachers, as well as the completion of rating scales, strategy to teach communication skills as part of the ongoing natural context, syndrome diagnosed when a child has normal renatal and perinatal development but exhibits abnormal behaviors after 5 months such as deceleration of head growth, loss of hand skills, loss of social eng, example of AAC system; essential elements are the board itself displayed in pictures or symbols, the ability to initiate appropriate social interactions, respond to social initiations from others, and terminate social interations appropraitely, analysis which consists of an experiment in which you manipulate one variable in your classroom to determine its effects on challenging behaviors, developmental diability that typically occurs during the first 3 years of life; documented features in impairments of social interactions, impairments in communication, stereotypical behavior, no form, diagnostic category to describe 5 related disabilities: autistic disorder, Rett syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, Asperger syndrome, and persuasive developmental disorder, when a students leads you to an area instead of using word to describe what they want, students repeating verbatim what you say to them, behaviors in which the student injures him- or herself, assessments which involve observing your student and documenting the sequence of behaviors around the challenging behavior,

Crossword words:
INDIRECT, SOCIAL SKILLS, COMMUNICATION BOARD, AGGRESSION, AUSTISM, DIRECT, PRELINGUISTIC LEVEL, MASSED TRIALS, MILIEU, AUTISTIC LEADING, REPETITIVE MOTOR BEHAVIORS, RETT, ECHOLALIA, CHALLENGING BEHAVIOR, FUNCTIONAL, SOCIAL STORY, PDD, SELF INJURY,