Evidence-based Strategies and ASD
This session will discuss several key evidence-based strategies used to effectively educate students on the autism spectrum.
Examples include discrete trial training, functional behavior assessment, task analysis, and social stories.
For Primary and Post-Primary Teachers and SNAs.
Speaker: Dr. Mary Houser, Associate Professor of Special Education at West Chester University, Pennsylvania USA.
Dr. Mary Houser received her M.A. in Special Education from The College of New Jersey and her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership (Special Education) from Fayetteville State University. Before coming to West Chester University, Dr. Houser taught graduate special education courses for Walden University and served as a special education curriculum developer and assessor. In addition, she taught graduate special education courses and supervised pre-service special education teachers for Campbell University.
Dr. Houser has worked as a learning disabilities specialist and has taught high school special education in both inclusive and self-contained settings. Her research interests include families and students with autism spectrum disorders and improving parent-teacher relationships for students with disabilities.
Dr. Houser has also spent some time working in Mary Immaculate College, Limerick.
A link to access the course will be emailed to you prior to the course.
If you wish to cancel your place you can do so by clicking on the cancellation link at the bottom of your booking confirmation email.
Please note, the fee for this course is non-refundable. By booking a place you agree to these terms.
|Course Start Date / Time||15-04-2021 5:30 pm|
|Course End Date / Time||15-04-2021 6:30 pm|
|Speaker||Dr. Mary Houser, West Chester University|