Enhancing IEP Achievement in Students with Autism through a Video Modeling Training with Paraprofessionals. Amy R. Wagner, LCSW, BCaBA University of West Georgia. Rationale. Children with autism require precise teaching strategies Paraprofessionals are often primary educators
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Enhancing IEP Achievement in Students with Autism through a Video Modeling Training with Paraprofessionals
Amy R. Wagner, LCSW, BCaBA
University of West Georgia
To evaluate the effects of a video modeling protocol on staff and student performance
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