Web-Based Resources to Support Students With ASD Series - Course 2

Autism , Continuing Education - CE , Beginner

This Course is offered for .10 ASHA CEUs (Introductory Level, Professional Area)

This fast-paced live webinar shares free web-based resources to assist learners to better understand and program for the unique learning and behavioral needs of students with ASD. Various websites are explored that highlighted evidence-based practices as instructional tools, strategies, and behavioral interventions for students with ASD. Websites that offer free resources designed to increase understanding of the distinct neurological learning differences of students with ASD for professional development and peer awareness are shared.



Financial Disclosure

Financial: Presenter will receive a monetary compensation from YGU for this webinar. 
Nonfinancial disclosure: There are no relevant nonfinancial relationships to disclose.

After completing this course, the student will be able to...

  1. Apply web-based resources to identify focused interventions that meet criteria as evidence-based practices for students with ASD.
  2. Identify web-based resources to increase understanding of the unique learning and behavioral needs of students with ASD for professional development.
  3. Identify web-based resources to increase peer awareness and understanding of classmates with ASD.

Course Agenda

  • 5 minutes: Introductions and disclosures
  • 5 minutes: Reasons for using evidence-based practices
  • 20 minutes: Exploration of several web-sites that highlight focused interventions as evidence-based practices specific for students with ASD
  • 25 minutes: Exploration of several web-sites and web-based resources that will increase learners’ awareness and understanding of the unique learning and behavioral needs of students with ASD
  • 5 minutes: Conclusion and questions

1 Reviews

  • Steven_Quagliano

    5 days ago

    This course provided website introductions to several online resources for Autism Spectrum Disorders. This was very helpful because when I return to them on my own, I will already know a lot about how to navigate around and find the videos and downloads which Susan shared. There was so much helpful information that I can use in my clinical practice as well as with parent and staff education supports.

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