Obtaining critical mass using deliberate practice: an evidence-based approach
By Brenda Smith Myles
AAPC Publishing, 2018, 79 p.
Introduces the concept of critical mass and describes how it can be used to frame instructions and supports for primary and secondary students with autism spectrum disorders. Explains how critical mass can furnish students with enough information to be successful in situations, activities, or skills for which instruction has not been provided. Shows how to help students move about their world as independently as possible, make informed decisions about their wants and needs, and have a high quality of life.
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