Siri Ming

Siri Ming

Oct 14, 2014

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About This Project

Children with autism often display rote, rigid conversational skills. A critical question is how to teach children to understand sentences they've never heard before and speak in ways they've never been taught—how to teach them to participate in the ever-changing flow of typical conversation. These projects will focus on teaching core skills that form the foundation of more flexible, generative language.

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