La formación del profesorado sobre el autismo basada en la evidencia: la Instrucción e Intervención Mediada por Pares

Palabras clave: Trastorno del Espectro Autista, intervención psicoeducativa, práctica basada en la evidencia, enfoque de la ciencia a la práctica

Resumen

En este trabajo se aborda la “Instrucción e Intervención mediada por pares”, una de las veintisiete prácticas focalizadas basadas en la evidencia establecidas por el National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders estadounidense (Wong et al., 2014), dirigidas al profesorado para la educación del alumnado con Trastorno del Espectro Autista (TEA). Para ello, se recogen sus fundamentos básicos y se recomienda una secuencia de planificación, implementación y evaluación, con el objetivo de mejorar las habilidades sociales, comunicativas y académicas, de atención conjunta y juego y la preparación para la vida escolar de este alumnado, siguiendo un enfoque “de la ciencia a la práctica”.

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03-01-2020
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Larraceleta González, A. (2020). La formación del profesorado sobre el autismo basada en la evidencia: la Instrucción e Intervención Mediada por Pares. Revista Electrónica Interuniversitaria De Formación Del Profesorado, 23(1). https://doi.org/10.6018/reifop.393811