EDU 969 Technology and Students with Autism
This course will research appropriate technology for students with Autism in the classroom. It directs participants in exploring technology tools that are the most suitable to support students with Autism. It provides instruction and practice utilizing a variety of tools, and how to monitor and modify instruction for student success.
This course will research and define appropriate technology for students with Autism and how to appropriately implement technology in the classroom for these students. It will also explore how technology can help students with Autism follow routines, self-manage, verbally express, socialize, show understanding and knowledge of the material, and demonstrate productivity. Instructors will learn how to to deliver instruction in a meaningful and beneficial way through the choice and evaluation of the technology, student performance monitoring, appropriate scaffolding , and the modification of instruction to ensure student success.
*Participants in this course will have several mandatory, synchronous, video conference sessions. The dates and times are listed on each course registration page.
See what other educators are saying about this course
The course had a lot of student interaction, which was extremely beneficial.B.S., Special Education Teacher
Katie did a great job organizing the course. All the information and discussions are very useful!M.W.
I have a better understandin of autism spectrum disorders and how technology can help them learn. I plan to implement some of the things I learned in my classroom.D.R.
I enjoyed working on the assignments and finding out more about how AS students think and work.D.R.
I love that eduspire includes courses for special eduction teachers.e.s., Special Education Teacher
That it directly related to the students I teach.e.s., Special Education Teacher
Learning about the different apps that are available and how they work.D.R.
I am now able to differentiate my lessons to better suit the needs for my students with ASD.M.W.
I have a lot of ideas that I'd like to begin to implementJ.S., Special Education Teacher
GreatlyC.S., Special Education Teacher
The time to search for apps to use was the most valuable part for me.N.C., Reading Specialist
I felt that I got some valuable information from this classJ.S., Special Education Teacher
I was able to learn so much about technology and how to use it efficiently with our students Autism.C.S., Special Education Teacher
Ms. Wagaman would ask follow up questions about our assignment submissions to further extend our thinking. The comments from other classmates was also beneficial. I could see how they applied our learned concepts in their classrooms. The supplied resources were also valuable.B.H., Elementary Teacher
All the assignments were ones that are able to benefit us in the classroom!B.M., Special Education Teacher