Great E-Learning Opportunity
OCALI (the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence) is pleased to announce the release of the new Autism Internet Modules (AIM) logo and updated AIM website. New modules have been posted to the site. A sampling includes: Time Delay, Reinforcement, and Self-Management, which join other titles including Visual Supports, Assessment for Intervention, and Transitioning Between Activities, and many others previously posted to AIM. The refreshed look of AIM is designed to better enable users to find the information and support they need. Modules feature videos, charts, pictures, case studies and a glossary of key terms. Discussion questions and activities are designed to extend the learning, providing options outside the online environment to facilitate discussion and application of the content. Parent support groups, university faculty, or professional developers can use these questions and activities in face-to-face trainings. Access AIM for free at www.autisminternetmodules.org
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Casey Burgess has a B.Sc.in Psychology, an M.A. in Education (Curriculum and Instruction), and a Ph.D. in progress in Education (Cognition and Learning). She has 20 years experience with direct service, curriculum development, workshop facilitation, and supervisory experience supporting children who have Autism Spectrum Disorders, and their families. She currently frames her work using a developmental, relationship-based, self-regulation lens.