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Evidence-Based Practices for Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

By Lisa Carey, M.A.
April 12, 2016

There is a lot of information about teaching students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) available on the web; however, not all of this information is well-vetted or considered evidence-based practice. In an effort to link research to classrooms, we have collected a bunch of sources to help teachers locate evidence-based practices for improving outcomes for students with ASD.

Unsure of what evidence-based practice means or how to determine if a strategy or technique is evidence-based? Check out our blog post, A Teacher’s Guide to Evidence Based Practice from January!

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