Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students with Asperger Syndrome- Evaluation Forms
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©2005. By Kathleen McConnell and Gail Ryser. This package of 10 evaluation forms was created to accompany the manual Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students with Asperger Syndrome. The manual instructs teachers to complete an evaluation form for each student who has been identified as having Asperger Syndrome (AS) before choosing an intervention activity from the manual. Each evaluation form contains a rating scale and an idea matrix. The rating scale is divided in three key areas: social interaction; repetitive patterns; and other characteristics, such as cognitive processes, language, and sensorimotor skills. The rating scale is not intended for use as a diagnostic tool, but rather as a method for determining intervention strategies and Individualized Education Program (IEP) objectives. The idea matrix helps teachers select the most effective intervention to meet a student's individual needs. (Form; 4 pages.)
©2007-2008. Autism Society of North Carolina.