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  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    Statistical evidences. ASD’s gender proportion suggests that the autism is sex-linked, and the statistical evidence convincingly shows that genetic factors are playing key role in the prevalence of ASD. To begin with, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published the relationship between the number of autistic boys and girls. The statistical evidence shows that boys are more inclined to become autistic than girls. CDC states that 1 in 42

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    or in the present) of deficits in social-emotional reciprocity, deficits in nonverbal communicative behaviors used for social interaction, and deficits in developing maintaining and understanding relationships (autismspeaks.org). Autism is a spectrum disorder with varying levels of severity. Some children may be highly functioning while others remain non-verbal. These deficits can negatively affect a child’s ability to learn and participate in extra-curricular activities. In the classroom, a disruptive

  • Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    will introduce Autism Spectrum Disorder, Hearing Impairment, Gifted and Talented Students and Challenging Behaviour in the classroom as example of various learner types and discuss learning competencies and challenges, and then provide possible engagement strategies for each of those learner types. Part B of this portfolio will discuss four teaching strategies that are likely to engage students with autism spectrum disorder. Autism Spectrum Disorder “Autism Spectrum Disorder” (ASD) is a developmental

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder ( Asd )

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    There is one difference. He sees the world in a unique way than most other children not affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. The boy’s life and actions are a bit different and can be challenging for him. He needs understanding parents, family members, and teachers. Autism Spectrum Disorder can be a challenge for the little boy as well as those he interacts with in everyday life. A disorder that affects almost everyone, in one sense or another, is Autism. Autism may not affect everyone in the same

  • Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    According to National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Autism is defined as a spectrum disorder (ASD). It refers to a wide range of complex neurodevelopment conditions characterized by repetitive and distinctive patterns of behavior and difficulties with social skills, communication, and interaction. The symptoms start from early childhood and affect daily functioning. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) approximates ASD’s prevalence as 1 in 68 children in the United

  • Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders

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    Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders need to learn the academic and social skills that will prepare them for future jobs, just as typically developing students do. The term “Autism Spectrum Disorders,” or ASD, refers to a group of disorders with specific characteristics including deficits with communication and socialization, repetitive behaviors, and limited or restricted interests. As much as possible, students with this disorder are typically mainstreamed, or included in, general education

  • Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    affected by autism in the United States and it is one of the fastest growing disorders but with very much research being put behind it. Autism can tend to be one of the most confusing and stressful disorders but yet it is still able to be coped with lots of patience. Imagine being put down or not given an opportunity deserved because of something that is out of one’s control, more specifically children with autism spectrum disorder. Parents have a huge role in preparing their kids in order for them to

  • A Dialogue With Autism Spectrum Disorder

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    The two children I chose to discuss is Lexi and Wyatt. Both Lexi and Wyatt has ASD also known as Autism Spectrum Disorder. What is interesting about these two children is that although they both have the same disorder they do not act the same. Lexi shows that she has ASD because I see some stereotyped movement that we talked in class such as flapping hand and rocking back and forth. I remember when she is around new people, like enter the the Miracle Project I felt that she was uncomfortable because

  • Not An Autism Spectrum Disorder ( Asd )

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    When compared to their peers without an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), children with high-functioning autism have unique handwriting patterns. In academic progress, activities related to writing account for 30 to 60 percent of a student’s daily school activity. If a child with an ASD has difficulty writing, he or she becomes fatigued. This fatigue frequently leads to problems coping with the cognitive, social and functional challenges he or she faces on a daily basis. Researchers state that a child

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

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    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is the name for a group of developmental disorders. ASD includes a wide range, “a spectrum,” of symptoms, skills, and levels of disability. People with ASD often have these characteristics such as ongoing social problems that include difficulty communicating and interacting with others. Repetitive behaviors as well as limited interests or activities. Symptoms that typically are recognized in the first two years of life. Symptoms that hurt the individual’s ability to