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Inclusive Programming for Elementary Students with Autism

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ISBN-10: 1885477546

ISBN-13: 9781885477545

Edition: 1999

Authors: Sheila Wagner

List price: $24.95
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Winner of the Autism Society of America's "Book of the Year Award," Sheila Wagner's book provides on inclusion program for students with severe disabilities. Each inclusion program must be developed individually, with each student's abilities and characteristics as the guiding factor for the program. Forms which can be copied are included in the book, which is primarily written for teachers but beneficial to parents of children with autism as well.
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Book details

List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Future Horizons, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/1/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 157
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
Dedication
Introduction
Inclusion Philosophy
Inclusive Programming for Students with Autism
Inclusion Project Rationale
EARC Inclusion Model
What is Autism?
Characteristics of Autism
Characteristics of Asperger's Disorder
Assessments
Assessing the Individual Student
Assessing the School, Teachers, and Classroom
A Principal's Role in Inclusion
How Do We Impact Social Skills?
Social Skills for Children with Autism
Training Typical Peers for Social Intervention
Classroom Social Skills Lessons
The Modified Marble Jar
The Friends Club
Peer Tutoring Programs for Children with Autism
The Classroom Manager Role
The Lunch Bunch
Social Games for Elementary Students
Rehearsal Strategies for Teaching Appropriate Social Skills
How Do We Impact Behavior?
Inappropriate Behaviors in Students with Autism
Behavior Terms and Definitions
Motivation and Children with Autism
Blast Off with the Rocket Ship
The Snake Race
The Puzzle Piece
Self-regulated Calm-down Time
Addressing Self-stimulatory Behaviors in an Inclusive Setting
Desensitization Programs for Students with Autism
Where Do We Begin?
The IEP
How Do We Teach These Students?
Teaching Strategies for Children With Autism
Paraprofessional Support for Students with Autism in Inclusive Settings
Academic Modifications for Inclusion
Data Collection
Taking Data in Inclusive Settings
Weekly Data Tracking
A Note about Middle School
Transition Planning for Middle School
Partnership Between Home and School
Collaboration Between Home and School
A Parent's Perspective of Inclusion
Contributions
From the Students
Notes from an "AS" to an NT
A Final Word
Appendix
Weekly Data Tracking Form
Data Collection in an Inclusive Setting
Academic/Behavior Checklist - Regular Education Teacher
Academic/Behavior Checklist - Paraprofessional
Academic/Behavior Checklist - Special Education Teacher
Teacher Self-check
Functional Analysis of Behavior
Classroom Motivator Assessment
Rocket Ship #1
Rocket Ship #2
Rocket Ship #3
Flower Chart #1
Flower Chart #2
Flower Chart #3
Snake Race
Puzzle Piece