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wigginsmr
Re: Bedrosian Article
Sat Jun 20, 2015 23:12
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I think that partner work in general can help both students involved. If the teacher needs to assess the student with ASD's writing ability then they will work with that student individually, but I would say during partner time to just let them learn as much as they can from a typically developing peer. It would really just depend on what the goal of the work is. If the goal of the work is for the student to show what they know on their own then they should not work with a peer.

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    • Re: Bedrosian Article - wigginsmr, Sat Jun 20 23:12
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