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Present structured learning activities, for non-compliant low functioning students with minimal skills
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AC-ON02 For staff and parents working with low-functioning children with autism and other developmental disabilities. One-on-One is for those who teach non-compliant students with minimal skill repertories. Developed by Marilyn Chassman, it chronicles her 5 year effort to home school her aggressive, non-communicative child with autism. Over 30 step-by-step structured learning activities to recreate in your classroom.

Chassman's approach focuses on breaking down each task to its basic components and then linking them together, one step at a time. Covers dealing with aggression, record keeping, communication, self-help, fine and gross motor skills and sensory toleration. Covered spiralbound book, 116 pp, 1999.

One-on-One DVD highlights teaching techniques as it follows Chassman working with her son over time. Watch how she breaks skills into small steps and how Brian develops skills and behaviors. DVD, 25 minutes, CC, 2000.


  • Dealing with aggressive students
  • Using photo communications systems
  • Academic skills
  • Fine motor skills
  • Self-help skills
  • IEP best practices
ISBN: 1-57861-242-X

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