How to Use Evidence-Based Practices to Teach Students with Autism In-Person and Online
This webinar is free and open to the public.
Between 2012 to 2017, 25,000 articles on new evidenced-based practices have been published. Teachers have the challenge to stay informed about the most current effective practices to teach students with Autism. *
There are 27 evidence-based practices to support the needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Understanding which evidence-based practices are most appropriate to meet the academic, social, or behavioral needs of students is integral to student success. In this webinar, participants will learn the most commonly used evidence-based practices designed to support individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) in both in-person and distance learning environments.
In this webinar you will:
- Learn evidence-based practices designed to support behavior, social, and academic needs of students with ASDs
- Understand the role of collaboration in successfully choosing and implementing effective evidence-based strategies
- Discover the importance of implementing evidence-based practices in order to meet the academic, social, or behavioral needs of students
Anne Spillane, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Special Education
Nicole Nicholson, EdD, Assistant Professor of Special Education and Educational Therapist
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Please note the above webinar time is in Pacific Time