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Articles tagged: Education

Welcoming Our Summer Scholars

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The savvy professor’s guide to accommodating students with disabilities

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Drexel Autism Support Program Director Amy Edwards offers tips on diplomatically directing students with autism towards helpful campus resources.

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Mapping Support Networks During Times of Transition

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Support systems for students with autism who are transitioning from pre-K to kindergarten and from middle to high school can be disrupted. One project aims to  measure and build supportive networks that bridge home, school and community.

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Eye-Tracking and Educational Interventions

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Eye tracking is the closest we can get to seeing the world from the point of view of children with autism and understanding how they feel in response to what they see

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Burke and sons

The Impact of Autism Services and Treatment in the Landmark Case Burke v. IBC

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John Burke and his wife spent eight years in a legal battle to ensure that their son with autism received appropriate services in school. They paved the way for insurance coverage for autism services in Pennsylvania.

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