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Education is an important aspect of the environmental influences on autism, and effective education can have a significant effect on outcome for those on the autism spectrum. This Handbook explores the key concepts, debates and research areas in this dynamic field. Contributions from a wide range of countries and cultures are organised into six key sections: Part 1: Learning Needs and Educational Responses; Part 2: Early Intervention, Education in Core Domains and Family Support; Part 3: School-Based and Academic Education: Access and Support; Part 4: Collaborative Working in Education; Part 5: Education for Life and Barriers to Education; Part 6: Data Collection in Education and Measurement of Progress. The SAGE Handbook of Autism and Education is a definitive resource for researchers, postgraduate students, reflective practitioners ...

Measuring Success from School Stakeholders’ Perspectives
Measuring success from school stakeholders' perspectives
Jordan McNeill Elizabeth O'Toole
Introduction

There is no such thing as a ‘one size fits all’ approach to teaching students with autism. If we know that every individual with autism presents with a unique pattern of strengths, needs, and challenges, then it reasonably follows that we would set goals and design programming similarly tailored to that individual. The ultimate goal of teaching of any kind is to promote students’ learning and growth, a trajectory that manifests differently for every student with autism, but that inherently includes support of social, communication, and adaptive skills directly related to autism. Increasingly, the focus of educational systems has shifted toward learning ...

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