Computer-Aided Learning for People with Autism--A Framework for Research and Development
IETI Volume 37, Number 3, ISSN 1355-8005
Proposes a framework for further research and development in the field of computer-aided learning for students with autism. The framework is based around the core deficiencies of autism, namely a social impairment, a communication impairment, rigidity and inflexibility in thinking and a theory of mind deficit. Presents proposals for computer-aided learning systems for each of these areas. (Contains 80 references.) (AEF)
Moore, D., McGrath, P. & Thorpe, J. (2000). Computer-Aided Learning for People with Autism--A Framework for Research and Development. Innovations in Education and Training International, 37(3), 218.
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