A work in progress: behavior management strategies and a curriculum for intensive behavioral treatment of autism

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DRL Books, Jun 15, 1999 - Education - 344 pages
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Guide to Educate Children Diagnosed with Autism Through Applied Behavior Analysis

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Disclaimer - my opinion may be biased because I previously worked for the authors.
Q: Why do you want this book?
A: Because it does a nice job of simplifying the general stages of acquisition of new knowledge.
Q: Who can benefit from this book?
A: Who can't???? This is obviously designed for educators (which includes parents, btw). This is especially helpful for an educator that is having difficulty teaching a skill to another person. What this book does well is highlight the prerequisite skills for more complex skills. E.g.: Matching identical to identical comes before sorting. It also highlights the learning hierarchy of matching-->receptive-->expressive.
I gave my copy to a friend a long time ago, but wish I had it still. Hopefully they will produce a digital version that can be searched.

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Great book to help set up guidelines for children with autism and how to structure productive engagement Read full review


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