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SIP 10.11 Supporting Learning in Students with Autism: Strategies that Benefit all Students

Thirsty for a Strong Instructional Practice? We acknowledge that some individuals prefer being addressed as “autistic”, and others prefer “person with autism”. In this article, we use person-first language and not identify-first language. Aaron is a bright 28-year-old with a diagnosis of autism. He wants to be a physicist. He always aces his math and …

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