Why Artie Cannot learn.docx - Why Artie Cannot learn Appendix B talks about teaching strategies and how all teaching strategies are different With Artie

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Why Artie Cannot learnAppendix B talks about teaching strategies and how all teaching strategies are different. With Artie, a child with autism we learn that how you teach a child with autism is very important. A Traditionally school setting for a normal child is taught in a group setting. In a traditional setting students listen and observe the teacher also; the children learn by demonstrating still and watching eachother. Like when Bobby was asked to stand behind the box most of the class observed Bobby so when the teacher asked where was Bobby standing they answered behind the box. Children at a young age are developing attending skills. Attending is a critical part of academic success. Having the ability to listen to a teacher and observe others demonstrating skills is all a part of how we learn. However; if you don’t have the skill to sit still and focus this makes learning harder. Observational learn Is the ability to learn through observation. So, if Artie cannot sit still and focus he cannot observe

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