Computer-aided instruction (CAI) is the use of computers to teach academic skills, promote communication and language development, and teach learners with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to recognize and predict others' emotions. Due to ever-changing computer technology and the rapid introduction of computer software into the educational market, this module will focus on the salient aspects of CAI and how to choose computer software that has been shown to be effective with learners with ASD.
- What's Included
- 33 pages
- Optional $20 certficate
- Increase their knowledge regarding computer-aided instruction (CAI) with learners with ASD
- Describe the guidelines for selecting and implementing CAI
- Describe challenges involved in the selection and use of CAI and how such challenges can be addressed in practice
- Identify key resources for implementing CAI
Modules on this site are always free. If you would like proof of completion, you can purchase a certificate when you have successfully completed this module. The certificate will provide contact hours for this module.
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Important: If you are an Ohio Early Intervention or Early Childhood provider, this module has received the Ohio Approved (OA) Designation.
To receive credit, please enter your Ohio Professional Registry OPIN in your Profile. If you do not know your OPIN, or you need to create one so you receive Ohio-approved training, visit occrra.org. When you have completed an approved module, you will submit it to OCCRRA by following the prompts provided.