A child with ASD is about to go on a field trip to a farm to see his favorite animals, horses. What can the ASD teacher do to ensure that the student will not have a behavior episode when he sees the horses?
Autism Spectrum Disorders:
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are a range of personality types that often result in people having intense interests. Sometimes these interests get carried to excesses and result in inappropriate behaviors.
Answer and Explanation:
The teacher can prepare the student by providing oral or written notes explaining in advance what the field trip will be about, where and how long...
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from Praxis Special Education (5354): Practice & Study GuideChapter 5 / Lesson 8