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    Video-on-Demand: Teaching Concepts to Students with Autism Using Visual Prompts That Are First Manipulated, Then Used as a Reference, Then Faded
    In this presentation, NLG clinicians Liz Martineau, Jessica Slaton describe innovative teaching procedures for addition and subtraction, multiplication and division and related math skills, receptive and expressive discrimination between common prepositions and receptive discrimination of “wh” questions. The math presentation is also available separately. The common theme for the teaching procedures is avoiding common error patterns teaching the entire set of desired responses together by creating a prompt that the student manipulates then references in order to respond correctly and gradual fading of the prompt.