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Construção psicopedagógica

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RASMUSSEN, Fernanda de Souza Machado; SILVA, Rosemeire da Costa  and  NEIX, Carine da Silva Vieira. Teaching and structured activity for learning people with autism spectrum disorder. Constr. psicopedag. [online]. 2021, vol.30, n.31, pp. 101-112. ISSN 1415-6954.

Working with structured teaching is not part of another curriculum to be used in the classroom, but the adaptation and adaptation to make it more flexible, adjusting it to the needs of the autistic student. It is possible to make an autistic person literate if the teacher supports this learning process, individual assistance with flexible practice and alternative teaching resources, adaptations both in the environment and in the materials, activities and behavior and supervision of a psychopedagogist may be necessary. Therefore, this work shows the importance of raising awareness among teachers about the adequacy of the curriculum and the use of structured materials for students with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), so that the student understands the activity in a playful and dynamic way, facilitating learning. In addition to pointing out the importance of structured teaching and the organization of the environment and materials, it is necessary to understand the functioning of the autistic student's thinking, adjusting their needs to their learning style, with the development of skills, to ensure structuring and organization of thoughts, which will facilitate student learning with ASD

Keywords : Autism; Structured activities; Structured teaching; Special education.

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