I am writing a paper on autistic students in the regular education classroom and the teachers attitude. I need a short thesis statement for this paper. Any suggestions would be more than helpful
I need help in composing a problem statement. My topic is autistic children in the general education classroom. I am looking at the impact of autistic children in the general education classroom and how the non disabled students react to autistic students in the classroom. I also want to discuss how the teachers react to these
General education teacher attitude toward including autistic children in the regular education classroom. I have done several interviews and have done several classroom observations. I have also done one telephone interview. I have been asked this questions and need help: Why is it important to have one or more strategies
General education teacher attitude toward including autistic children in the regular education classroom
I have already developed a research question and interview guide. My question is: Are teachers in the elementary classrooms proponents of inclusion for autistic children in the mainstream classroom? Date of Interview: Time of Interview: Length of Interview: Question: 1. Do you think autistic children should be in t
Assistance is needed with an interview guide and interview questions. The general education teacher's attitude toward including and mainstreaming autistic students in the regular education classroom.
I have two topic that I am trying to decide between and come up with a research question. Any suggestions would be welcomed. Also I need to develop a qualitative interview guide. Have no idea where to start Last I know I will need a self evaluation rubric. Again I need help developing all of this. I don't have a set amount of qu
I think that students with Autistic spectrum disorders are educated without there typical peers in order to develope socially however I know that has to be more than just that. I have tried looking up some advantages and disadvantages that is in question two but I have not found what I am looking for. Could you give me some gu
How have beliefs about the causes of autism changed from its discovery in Kanner's work in 1944 to contemporary times?
Looking for an experienced educators point of view We are told ASD is the newest epidemic of children with special needs. How does this affect our jobs as teachers? How have beliefs about the causes of autism changed from its discovery in Kanner's work in 1944 to contemporary times? What theory of the cause of autism do yo
This is my problem statement athat I am w riting for a paper that I am preparing for a class that I am currently in. My topic is "Autistic children in the general education classroom; mainstreaming, inclusion and pull out options". May be I need to change this also but I want to talk about the autistic children in the school sy
Functional Behavior Analysis is a technique used to determine the source of maladaptive or problem behaviors and to replace them with more appropriate behaviors that meet the same need. All behaviors occur in order to meet a need or want. The behavior is reinforced when the behavior is successful. In the following brief case stu
Ideas about autistic children in the general education classroom (mainstreaming, inclusion and pull-out options) are included.
Autism lesson planning help is given.
Search the internet for four school related court cases - two of which involve educators as defendants and two which involve students as defendants. Provide and overview of each case, outcome, and opinion of whether the outcome fits the allegation. Do you agree or disagree with each outcome, and base opinion on legal/ethical s
Social Stories Intervention with children who have Aspergers and Autism - what is this, how has it been developed and who does it help?
Social Stories Intervention with children who have Aspergers and Autism. What are social stories and how are they written? What kind of people do the social stories work with?
(Differentiate instruction for Autism) 1/ What are some of the teaching strategies, methods, accommodations and technology/materials I can use to help students with autism?