Assistive and Instructional Technology - 14716

Part of PRO-ED Series on Autism Spectrum Disorders, 2E

Kevin M. Ayres Kevin M. Ayres and Erinn Whiteside and Erinn Whiteside
eISBN-13: 9781416411499

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Assistive and Instructional Technology is a guide to using technology in the classrooms of students with autism spectrum disorder. This book describes the difference between assistive and instructional technology and how they are related. It identifies key features to look for in new technology and provides step-by-step support for using it effectively. This succinct resource describes critical aspects of current technology that result in improved learning outcomes.

1. Introduction
2. Types of Technology in the Learning Environment
3. Selecting Technology for the Learning Environment
4. Planning Implementation and Monitoring Effects
5. Designing Technology Solutions for Discrete Trial Instruction
6. Designing Instruction for Multi-Step Skills
7. Summary and Conclusions

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ISBNs 9781416411482, 9781416411499
Publish Year 2018
Language English
Number of Pages 84