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Ali Carr
Reply to Sara Pappas
Sat Jun 13, 2015 19:30

I watched these videos as well and I think that the two students were being a little shy during the activity. If the "tutor" wanted specific answers from the student then he might should have split them up to get better answers but I think having them together allowed them to work on their social skills which is something that students with ASD should work on. I think that making the talk a little more engaging would have been better, like maybe having them stand instead of sit, having the book on a projector for both of them to be able to see it better, and being in a quieter place.

  • Charlie and Emily - Sara Pappas, Fri Jun 12 23:24
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    • Reply to Sara Pappas - Ali Carr, Sat Jun 13 19:30
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