Monday, May 15, 2006

AUTISM: Digital diaries improve classroom behavior for children with autism

From the CEC Smart Brief:

A Ministry of Education pilot study in New Zealand is using digital video diaries, which capture how children with autism and other learning disabilities function at school in order to to assess their progress and provide feedback to modify their behavior. Autism advocate Marie Whitworth says children with autism respond well to the visual images. TVNZ (New Zealand) (5/15)

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