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Ch 13: Teaching Strategies for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

About This Chapter

Learn effective teaching strategies for students with autism spectrum disorders with this convenient online special education chapter. These lessons and quizzes are great options for anyone who needs to improve their instructional skills or prepare for upcoming teacher examinations.

Teaching Strategies for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder - Chapter Summary

Take a look at this chapter's bite-sized lessons to review helpful strategies for teaching students with autism spectrum disorders. The chapter covers concepts like applied behavior analysis, incidental learning, peer-mediated instruction, direct instruction and much more. When you're finished working through the chapter, you should be able to:

  • Use early intervention, direct instruction and visual learning strategies
  • Define the components of behavior management and peer-mediated instruction
  • Assess the benefits of incidental learning for students with autism
  • Recognize effective applied behavior analysis techniques

The chapter includes several interactive quizzes that cover the most important terms and concepts from the lessons. You can reach out to our instructors if you have any questions about these special education teaching strategies. For your convenience, we've made the chapter accessible on any device that has an Internet connection.

6 Lessons in Chapter 13: Teaching Strategies for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Early Intervention Strategies for Children with Autism

1. Early Intervention Strategies for Children with Autism

Research shows that early intervention is key in child development, especially for students with special needs. This lesson provides examples of early intervention strategies for students with an autism diagnosis.

Direct Instruction Teaching Method: Definition, Examples & Strategies

2. Direct Instruction Teaching Method: Definition, Examples & Strategies

Learn about direct instruction and how educators use it effectively in their classrooms. Explore strategies for using direct instruction, including what types of information and subjects it is best suited for.

Visual Learning Style: Strategies & Activities

3. Visual Learning Style: Strategies & Activities

This lesson will describe the visual learning style, provide strategies for students, and offer activities that teachers can implement in their classrooms in order to help visual learners better understand course information.

Peer-Mediated Instruction & Behavior Management

4. Peer-Mediated Instruction & Behavior Management

In this lesson we will learn about peer-mediated instruction and behavior management and how they are used. We will also learn the steps used to implement peer mediation in the classroom.

Incidental Learning for Students with Autism: Definition & Benefits

5. Incidental Learning for Students with Autism: Definition & Benefits

If you work with children who have autism, you might be interested in different ways to teach them both cognitive and social material. This lesson discusses the definition and benefits of incidental learning for these children.

Applied Behavior Analysis: Definition & Techniques

6. Applied Behavior Analysis: Definition & Techniques

In this lesson, we will discuss applied behavior analysis, one of the most common and evidence-based methods used to treat Autism. Learn about the techniques that are used and more. Then, test your knowledge.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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