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Adapted Stories for Students with Autism

By Janice Bellinger / September 4, 2015

Yesterday, Office of Autism director Stephanie McCaskill and I hosted a workshop on ways to integrate technology into middle school/high school Autism classrooms. We focused on using technology to address universal, major skill areas in Autism education (see visual beloTo demonstrate, we discussed and shared sample projects, including digital photograph collections, community skills practice, digital […]

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Workshop Documents: Integrating Technology

By Janice Bellinger / September 4, 2015

There is no real substitute for learning through real-world experience. Ideally, all students — most especially students with autism — should have many, many structured, safe, real-world learning activities. Learning traffic safety is an excellent example of why this is. What possible substitute can there be? Researchers have explored using virtual reality to teach students […]

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Inspiration

By Janice Bellinger / August 20, 2015

I don’t present the text of each book to you here, for brevity’s sake, but for students with autism it is essential to teach the meaning behind social events (Even if it may seem like a superficial topic or a superfluous allotment of time on the subject, it’s not.) Lastly, this was a super fun […]