Autism and Early Childhood, Part 3 (4-Part Series) (Tri-State Webinar)
Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Autism, Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education
Autism and Early Childhood, Part 3 - Teaching Object Based Play
Presenters: Teri McGill
Originally aired April 27, 2016
Participants will learn:
- What are the key aspects of imitation and why it is important for learning?
- Why imitation is difficult for children for Autism?
- How to use behavior principles and imitation to teach object based play
- How to sequence learned play steps into more complex play schemes
- Describe why play and imitation is difficult for young children with ASD.
- Describe how you would use task analysis and object imitation to teach beginning object play.
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Other Parts of this Training
- Autism and Early Childhood, Part 01
- Autism and Early Childhood, Part 02
- Autism and Early Childhood, Part 03
- Autism and Early Childhood, Part 04
Contact InformationAmanda Timmerman
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