They cannot be the same. They all need to be different!
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I agree with your plan to
teach Pete how to self-assess in order to stop pestering his teacher. I
remembering being taught or doing almost the same thing, I would complete as
much of the work as I could then go back through my materials and practice
questions/problems to see if they could help me solve the ones I did not know
how to do, if I was still not able to figure them out I would read quietly
until my teacher asked if there were any problems that we would like to go over
and hope someone had the same question I did (almost always worked out that
someone did) and I would only ask for help if we had to turn it in before
leaving so that I couldn’t take it home and ask my parents or sister for help
or I would just right something down and get it wrong. I think teaching Pete to
when it is appropriate to go ask the teacher if he did it right or to get help,
will help him be responsible and self-sufficient in managing his workload and
You did a very good job on
this post. It is actually making me want to go back and redo a little of mine..
but I am completely lacking that energy right now.. Any way, you went to to
really good detail and made everything very easy to understand. I think that
your response for the alternate sequences are right on point and very easy to
accomplish. I think that your ethical consideration was also very valid. I
think it is important that when working with a child with any kind of
disability or characteristic that can be seen out of the norm there should be
steps to take. It would be very important like you said to make sure the
teachers understand her needs. Again great job!
Thank you for your
interesting discussion post for this weeks topic. I really like the example you
provided. Throughout out the years I have encountered several clients who were
non-verbal yet high functioning enough to utilize a more advanced form of
communication. The Ipad is an ideal instrument for your client because it is
portable and its ease of use. Communication is a tool that needs to be used in
most settings so generalizing it is imperative. The analyst can contrive
various opportunities for the client to utilize their ipad to communicate their
needs in different settings. It is important for the analyst to also generalize
the clients communication with others as well. The child should direct their
questions and responses to other individuals within those settings to ensure
that the skill is being generalized.
I really enjoyed reading
your post and think you gave a great example of implementing a cue card.
However, if George were ever to need his cue card in order to provide his
personal information does he need to be prompted to pull out his cue card or
does he already do this independently? I have high school students
diagnosed with ASD that have information cards on them as well and need to be
prompted in order to accomplish providing their personal information. As
you mentioned in your post there are prerequisite skills required and I think
this would need to be one of them in order for a cue card to be
effective. Furthermore, to add to your ethical concern is safety.
Does George know not to hand his cue card to a stranger? Is he high
functioning enough to understand safety concern with providing his personal
information? Again, this would be a prerequisite for such an independent
task. Great post Paulla