Ch 6: Building Self-Management Skills of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

About This Chapter

This collection of teacher resources helps instructors teach self-management skills to students with autism. These convenient lessons offer several strategies and techniques that can help teachers equip their students with a variety of important skills.

Building Self-Management Skills of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders - Chapter Summary

These resources are designed to help educators teach self-management skills to students with autism spectrum disorder. Inside the chapter, you'll find lessons that summarize the difficulties that students with ASD have with self-management, independent living and executive functioning skills. The chapter also offers several instructional strategies that you can use to equip your students with these skill sets.

For your convenience, we've made these resources available at any time of day or night. You can also access the chapter material using virtually any computer or device with an Internet connection, which enables you to use these resources wherever you are and whenever you have free time.

How It Helps

  • Builds awareness: Lessons outline the difficulties students have regarding these types of skills.
  • Outlines helpful instructional strategies: These resources help you apply instructional strategies that develop independent living, executive functioning and self-management skills for students with ASD.
  • Supports student independence and success: You'll be able to accommodate and support your students with ASD so they can better manage themselves and succeed in school and at home.

Skills Covered

After studying the lessons in this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Apply instructional strategies that help students with ASD gain executive functioning skills
  • Teach self-management and independent living skills to students with autism
  • Understand the challenges students with ASD face regarding self-management and independent living

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