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Thursday, September 24 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Evidence-Based Strategies for Teaching Physical Education to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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This presentation will emphasize evidence-based teaching practices that result in functional and meaningful outcomes for students with autism spectrum disorder. Evidence-based practices demonstrates research-supported practices that are effective in teaching students with disabilities. For students with autism, best practices include: technology-aided instruction and intervention, video modeling, visual supports, social stories, structure and routine, and many others (Wong et. al, 2013) that will be demonstrated. Other considerations that impact learning and manipulated by the teacher including sensory, communication, and behavioral support needs will be addressed.

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Manny Felix

Department of Physical Education & Sports Science, Winona State University
Manny Felix, is a longtime advocate for adapted physical education. He has published in a variety of periodical journals and has written two chapters in the internationally-known APE textbook 'Adapted Physical Education and Sport.' He has given over 40 national and international presentations... Read More →

Thursday September 24, 2015 3:00pm - 3:50pm CDT
Superior Room - Lodge

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