Evidence-Based Practice and Autism in the Schools: Educator Manual

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Schools today face the challenge of providing appropriate services to a diverse and increasingly numerous student population diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. In order to achieve this goal, evidence-based practice is essential in the schools. To assist school professionals as they strive to help these students reach their potential, the National Autism Center has produced a comprehensive 245-page manual, Evidence-Based Practice and Autism in the Schools. The manual outlines relevant topics, including the current state of research findings, professional judgment and data-based clinical decision making, values and preferences of families, and capacity building. Each chapter sets a course for advancing the efforts of school systems to engage in evidence-based practice for their students on the autism spectrum. Due to high demand, we are now offering the manual on our website as a pdf, and making hard copies available for purchase.

Tag(s): Autism Spectrum Disorder Collaboration Curriculum/Instructional Methods Elementary Evidence-Based Practice High School History/Social Science Instructional Strategies Literacy Math Middle School Professional Resources