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Organization of the Environment for Teaching Children with ASD 1916
A structured environment plays a critical role in the education of children with autism spectrum disorders. The experience of structuring of the class environment in the Federal Resource Center for the Organization of Comprehensive Support for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders is presented. The material is approbated in work with children who entered the first grade of the school. The Central Psychological-Medical Pedagogical Commission recommended the Adapted Basic Educational Program (version 8.3) for these children.
Keywords: autism spectrum disorders, school, environmental structuring, space zoning, schedule, visual prompts