Ch 15: Utilizing Technology for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Let us help you prepare for a test that covers ways to utilize technology for students with autism spectrum disorder. Use our engaging lessons, short quizzes and chapter exam to get reacquainted with assistive technology, classroom management resources and more.

Utilizing Technology for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder - Chapter Summary

If you are looking for a resources that can help you better understand the basics of utilizing technology for students with autism spectrum disorder, you've reached the right place! This self-paced chapter offers a comprehensive overview of various forms of technology and strategies to use in the classroom. After completing this chapter, you should be able to:

  • List tips for using technology in the classroom
  • Explain ways to organize educational assessment data using technology
  • Define assistive technology and explain how it can be used to enhance students' organizational skills
  • Describe ways assistive technology can help manage student behavior
  • Identify and discuss technology-based classroom management resources
  • Exhibit knowledge of various forms of assistive technology for students with autism

Get started with this chapter by selecting any lesson as your first and reviewing its contents. Find out how well you understand the lesson by taking its accompanying quiz before scrolling along the right-hand sidebar to find other lessons to study. If you develop questions while exploring this chapter, don't hesitate to submit them to our experts. When ready, take our practice exam to gauge your overall comprehension of this chapter.

6 Lessons in Chapter 15: Utilizing Technology for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
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Using Technology in the Classroom

1. Using Technology in the Classroom

Technology has become much more prevalent and available in the classroom. This lesson will offer some guidelines and strategies for using technology in the classroom.

Using Technology to Organize Educational Assessment Data

2. Using Technology to Organize Educational Assessment Data

Analyzing student work can be a cumbersome task for teachers to do on a regular basis when faced with pencil and paper assessments. Technology, however, can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of collecting and analyzing student data.

Assistive Technology for Students' Organizational Skills

3. Assistive Technology for Students' Organizational Skills

If your students struggle with focus, time management, prioritization, and organization, assistive technology can help. This lesson describes what assistive technology is and how incorporating it into your classroom can help your students.

Assistive Technology for Students' Behavior Management

4. Assistive Technology for Students' Behavior Management

If you have students struggling with behavior management issues, this lesson will come in handy. We will go over the benefits of assistive technology and discuss technology that can be used to improve behavior management in the classroom.

Technology-Based Classroom Management Resources

5. Technology-Based Classroom Management Resources

In this lesson, we'll look at several types of technology-based classroom management resources, such as digital gradebooks and classroom behavior trackers. We'll also explore tips for using these resources as well as reasons why they're helpful.

Assistive Technology for Students with Autism

6. Assistive Technology for Students with Autism

Today, there are many resources available to help students with autism, particularly in the classroom. Learn about cutting-edge assistive technologies that will enhance learning for students with autism.

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