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Amanda Wallace
Fri May 29, 2015 09:30

I agree, choice makes all the difference. The people that I have been around with ASD strive to have some control. Choices are usually the best way to achieve this. This may motivate them more to complete their work since they had a hand in choosing it.

  • Re: Patience and Choice - McKenzi Davis, Thu May 28 14:39
    Sara, one thing that I've read about and learned in my other classes that focus on students with ASD is that choice is imperative for ASD students. I think that, like you said, that this gives the... more
    • Choice - Amanda Wallace, Fri May 29 09:30
    • Learning and Choices - luckadooso, Thu May 28 16:33
      I agree with you that it can be a challenge to decipher when a student is being defiant or when they are off-focus without meaning to be. As teachers, it is our job to make learning desirable. It is... more
      • Re: Learning and Choices - McKenzi Davis, Thu May 28 20:47
        I've learned that goals are huge. Constant reminder of the goal, a logical consequence, and a solid rewards system works really well with ASD students. I have not seen this implemented with ASD kids... more
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