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
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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