Programming for MS and HS Students with ASD, Part 01: Assessments and Curriculum Guides for Secondary Students with ASD (4-Part Series) (Tri-State Webinar)
Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Autism, Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education
Presenters: Kate Loving, M.Ed.
Originally aired February 24, 2016
- Identify several assessments and curriculum guides that will assist with the development of age appropriate goals and objectives for middle and high schools, and transition students with ASD.
- Identify several priorities of instruction for secondary students with ASD.
- Identify a variety of specific skills to target within each assessment or curriculum guide.
After watching the webinar in the section called View the Webinar (upper left-side), please email Janet Zimmerman your contact information and your response to the 2 study questions receive your certificate and your contact information. Janet Zimmermann's email is firstname.lastname@example.org
- Your Name
- Your Email Address
- Your District
- Your Role (teacher, para, SLP, etc.)
- What are functional skills, and why is it important to teach functional skills to students with ASD?
- List three essential functional skills identified in the AFLS, TTAP or Essential for Living.
- List three priorities of instruction in transition programming.
- List five specific skills to teach in the areas of communication and social skills.
- Why is it important to use ASD specific social skills assessments?
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Other Parts of this Training
- Programming for MS and HS Students with ASD, Part 01
- Programming for MS and HS Students with ASD, Part 02
- Programming for MS and HS Students with ASD, Part 03
- Programming for MS and HS Students with ASD, Part 04
Contact InformationJanet Zimmermann
Upon receipt of completed study questions you will receive a certificate for .75 hours