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Costley, Debra; Clark, Trevor; Bruck, Susan (2014)
Publisher: SAGE
Journal: SAGE Open
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: History of scholarship and learning. The humanities, AZ20-999, Social Sciences, H

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mesheuropmc: education
ACM Ref: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION
Evaluating educational programs and interventions is generally considered a normal part of curriculum development and improvement, and published findings are readily accessible through peer-reviewed journals. Recently, however, researchers and practicing educators have identified a lack of evaluative research regarding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) educational practices in the peer-reviewed literature. Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) has an established evidence-informed ASD curriculum that is constantly reviewed and updated to meet the needs of the students in Aspect schools and classes. Through a methodical evaluative process, all educational interventions and support processes and devices undergo a series of Evidence-Based Research Trials and evaluations before they are implemented in classes. This article demonstrates how a workflow model can deliver a systematic method for identifying, evaluating, implementing, and disseminating the research findings of a program or support intervention. The Autism Spectrum Disorder Evaluative Education (ASDEE) model is discussed.
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