Self-Management (.5 Credit Hours)

Recording of Webinar Presented 7.29.15 | Presented by the Autism Circuit Team

Course description

Self-management interventions help learners with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) learn to independently regulate their own behaviors and act appropriately in a variety of home, school, and community-based situations. With these interventions, learners with ASD are taught to discriminate between appropriate and inappropriate behaviors, accurately monitor and record their own behaviors, and reward themselves for behaving appropriately. As learners with ASD become more fluent with the self-management system, some of the implementation responsibilities shift from teachers, families, and other practitioners to the learners themselves. - National Professional Development Center

Goals:

  • Define self-management
  • Identify skills to be taught using self-management
  • Identify steps for implementing self-management
  • Locate resources
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Instructor

 the Autism Circuit Team
the Autism Circuit Team

autismcircuit@esc13.txed.net