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Title: Social Skills Training for Elementary Students on the Autism Spectrum


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Social Skills Training for Elementary Students on
the Autism Spectrum
  • Jill McMullin (jill.mcmullin_at_nbed.nb.ca)
  • Autism Resource Teacher
  • Anglophone School District-South
  • St. Stephen Education Centre (New Brunswick)

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  • My favorite resources

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  • Video Clip

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Getting Started
  1. Data Collection social skills assessment
    (teachers/parents/educational assistants)
  2. Cross reference the data to determine what skills
    to target.
  3. Permission letter for parents.
  4. Create positive incentive materials choice
    board point system token economy First-Then
    card.

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Components of Lesson
  • Structured learning consists of four teaching
    components
  • Didactic instruction (explanation of the skill
    steps).
  • Modeling of skill steps.
  • Role-playing skills with feedback.
  • Practice in and outside the group.

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Promoting Generalization
  • One of the goals of skills training is to improve
    social functioning outside the group.
  • It is constant repetition of a skill in real
    situations that facilitate learning.
  • Role-plays conducted in groups.
  • Instructions to practice outside the group.
  • Involve parents.
  • Involve Teachers.
  • Create instances to reward.
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