Autism: Intervention Strategies & Techniques. John C. Burke, Ph.D. & Shawn Henry M.Ed. Kentucky Autism Training Center University of Louisville. Course Overview & Requirements. Required Reading.
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John C. Burke, Ph.D. & Shawn Henry M.Ed.
Kentucky Autism Training Center
University of Louisville
1. Simpson & Myles. Educating Children and Youth with Autism: Strategies for Effective Practice. Pro-Ed Publishing: 1998.
2. Quill. Do-Watch-Listen-Say Social and Communication Intervention for Children with Autism, Brooks Publishing: 2000
3. Hodgdon. Visual Strategies for Improving Communication, QuickRoberts Publishing,
In addition, the course also focuses on specific techniques to reduce the impact of the children's display of interfering behaviors.
Participants explore the implications of using different instructional approaches in combination with technology-based behavioral and instructional supports that promote generalization of skills.
Grading procedures are as follows: by the student on the class activities following.
These will be due on the Tuesday prior to the start of the class in relation to the respective required readings.
Course Project = 35 pnts classes 7-14. The format will be similar to the Midterm. The final is due in the office by April 28, 2004.