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(p. 111) Essential Components for Effective Autism Educational Programs 

(p. 111) Essential Components for Effective Autism Educational Programs
(p. 111) Essential Components for Effective Autism Educational Programs

Glen Dunlap

, Rose Iovannone

, and Donald Kincaid

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date: 27 October 2020

This chapter provides a description of six core elements in the contextof school programs for students with autism. The first sections of thechapter describe some issues that should be considered in developing educationalprograms and how they can be situated in the context of larger schoolsystems of discipline and educational support. The bulk of the chapter isthen devoted to discussions of the six core elements: systematic instruction,individualization, structured and comprehensible learning environments, specialized curricular features, functional approach toproblem behaviors, and family involvement.

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