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Relias: Naturalistic Teaching Strategies Learning Objectives: 1) Differentiate among the various models of natural environment teaching 2) Employ strategies for teaching within the natural environment 3) Explain the differences between naturalistic approached and discrete trial instruction Section 2—Teaching For Learning Learning Needs with People With Autism -Learn differently -Most fundamental learning, effortless learning for typical children does not occur with children with autism -People with autism may excel in learning/recalling complex info, hard time getting through simple routines -All people are different, people with ASD are different as well -Though differences are true, similar characteristics of those with ASD -lack of joint attention -responding to bids for attention from others -language delays -wanting to have the same routines -repetitive motor movements -sensory sensitivities -odd use of language -restricted/fixated interests -Important all interventions/learning is individualized for those with ASD The Umbrella of ABA Techniques -Discrete Trial Instruction (DTI) -highly structured -1:1 environment -SD Response Consequence -Direct Instruction -Teaching method uses explicit instructions to teach skills to groups -Teacher led -Systematic presentation of materials Precision Teaching -Helps learners to perform skills accurately at high rate

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