Champaign, IL – Research Press announces the publication of the Skillstreaming Children and Youth with High-Functioning Autism
Student Workbook, by Ellen McGinnis, Jason C. Travers, and Stephen Crutchfield
This new resource, from the best-selling evidence-based Skillstreaming series, Skillstreaming Children and Youth with High-Functioning Autism, includes the Student Workbook and Group Leader’s Guide. These resources guide instructors in teaching important social skills via the Skillstreaming learning procedures of modeling, role play, feedback, and generalization.
The new Student Workbook and Group Leader’s Guide join the Skillstreaming Product Bundles (Early Childhood, Elementary, Adolescent, and now High-Functioning Autism), which already include the Program Book, Student Manual, Skill Cards, and Skill Posters. This resource jumpstarts student learning structures and is an excellent tool for promoting parent involvement.
According to author Ellen McGinnis, this Student Workbook and Group Leader’s Guide “are a useful resource designed for teachers, counselors, and others who desire step-by-step guidance in teaching prosocial skills to youth with Autism…specific strategies that have proven successful in aiding learning for youth with Autism are detailed along with examples of their use. Users can then apply the Skillstreaming process as outlined and the learner-friendly strategies included in teaching many of the other social skills included in the Skillstreaming for Youth with High-Functioning Autism program manual.”
The new student workbooks are available in groups of 10 and each bundle is accompanied by a Group Leader’s Guide.