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Educating College Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

reviewed by Christine Ashby - November 14, 2014

coverTitle: Educating College Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Author(s): Dianne Zager, Carol S Alpern, Barbara McKeon, Janet D Mulvey, & Sue Maxam
Publisher: Routledge, New York
ISBN: 0415524385, Pages: 128, Year: 2012
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 14, 2014
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  • Christine Ashby
    Syracuse University
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    CHRISTINE ASHBY, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Inclusive Education and Disability Studies in the School of Education at Syracuse University. She teaches in the Inclusive Elementary and Special Education Program and the Graduate Inclusive Education Programs. She is also the Director of the Institute on Communication and Inclusion (ICI), which conducts research, training and dissemination of information on communication strategies for individuals with disabilities who are non-speaking or who have limited speech. Her teaching and research focuses on inclusive education broadly, with specific emphasis on supports for students with labels of autism and other developmental disabilities, facilitated communication, disability studies, and inclusive school reform. Her research seeks to disrupt dominant notions of disability as deficiency and underscores the importance of considering the lived experiences of individuals considered to have significant disabilities. Ashby's work has been published in journals including the International Journal of Inclusive Education, Disability and Society, Equity and Excellence in Education, Teacher Education and Special Education, and Intellectual and Developmental Disability.
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