Autism spectrum disorder coursework for teachers and teacher-aides: An investigation of courses offered in Queensland, Australia

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Coates, Mitchell, Lamb, Janeen, Bartlett, Brendan and Datta, Poulomee. (2017) Autism spectrum disorder coursework for teachers and teacher-aides: An investigation of courses offered in Queensland, Australia. Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 42(11), pp. 65 - 80. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2017v42n11.5
AuthorsCoates, Mitchell, Lamb, Janeen, Bartlett, Brendan and Datta, Poulomee
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The content and structure of pre-service and teacher-aide programs has major implications for training, management, support and deployment of teachers and teacher-aides in mainstream schools working with students who have ASD. Data pertaining to course content and structure were collected from university and teacher-aide training websites, program enrolment guides, and through direct contact with institutions in Queensland, Australia. 101 education programs were narrowed down to 45 in early-childhood/primary education, and 8 online teacher-aide training programs. Findings indicate the urgent need for academics in institutions to begin working towards redesigning programs that deliver best practices in ASD for pre-service educators.

Year2017
JournalAustralian Journal of Teacher Education
Journal citation42 (11), pp. 65 - 80
PublisherSocial Science Press
ISSN0313-5373
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2017v42n11.5
Scopus EID2-s2.0-85037039148
Open accessOpen access
Page range65 - 80
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Weaving accounts of literacy through the official curriculum: Stitching policy to practice
Fletcher, Margaret, Wyatt-Smith, Claire, Bartlett, Brendan and Kearney, Judith. (2004) Weaving accounts of literacy through the official curriculum: Stitching policy to practice. Annual International Conference on Cognition, Language and Special Education Research. Australia: School of Cognition, Language and Special Education, Griffith University. pp. 81 - 93
The impact of developing teacher conceptual knowledge of division
Booker, George and Lamb, Janeen Therese. (2004) The impact of developing teacher conceptual knowledge of division. In M. J. Hoines and A. B. Fuglestad (Ed.). Proceedings of the 28th Conference of the International group for the psychology of mathematics education. Bergen, Norway: Bergen University College. pp. 177 - 184
The impact of teachers' understanding of division on their students' knowledge of division
Lamb, Janeen Therese. (2003) The impact of teachers' understanding of division on their students' knowledge of division. In In B.A. Knight and W. Scott (Ed.). Learning Difficulties: Multiple Perspectives pp. 147 - 163 Pearson Education.
Effects of Structure Stratergy Instruction Delivered to Fifth-Grade Children Using the Internet With and Without the Aid of Adult Tutors
Meyer, Bonnie J.F, Middlemiss, Wendy, Theodorou, Elena, Brezinski, Kristen L., McDougall, Janet and Bartlett, Brendan. (2002) Effects of Structure Stratergy Instruction Delivered to Fifth-Grade Children Using the Internet With and Without the Aid of Adult Tutors. Journal of Educational Psychology. 94(3), pp. 486 - 519. https://doi.org/10.1037//0022-0663.94.3.486
Teaching as Goal and Guide: The Evaluation of Innovative Assessment Integration by First-Year Teacher Education Students on Two Campuses and the Role of technology in its Integration
Fletcher, Margaret, Bartlett, Brendan and Bryer, Fiona. (2000) Teaching as Goal and Guide: The Evaluation of Innovative Assessment Integration by First-Year Teacher Education Students on Two Campuses and the Role of technology in its Integration. In Learning-Centred Evaluation of Computer Facilitated Learning Projects in Higher Education pp. 99 - 112 Murdoch University.
Reading Comprehension and the Use of Text Structure Across The Adult Lifespan
Meyer, Bonnie J.F, Young, Carol J. and Bartlett, Brendan. (1993) Reading Comprehension and the Use of Text Structure Across The Adult Lifespan. In Reading Across the Lifespan pp. 165 - 192 Springer Verlag.
The Asia-Pacific Position
Bartlett, Brendan. (1991) The Asia-Pacific Position. In The University and Literacy pp. 4 - 19 UNESCO Publishing.
Discussions of the findings
Meyer, Bonnie, Young, Carol and Bartlett, Brendan John. (1989) Discussions of the findings. In Memory improved reading and memory enhancement across the life span through strategic text structures pp. 82 - 88 Psychology Press.
Knowing What and Knowing How Book 1 (Lower Primary)
Bartlett, Brendan, Barton, Bridget and Turner, Anne. (1989) Knowing What and Knowing How Book 1 (Lower Primary) Thomas Nelson Australia.
Background literature in aging and reading
Meyer, Bonnie, Young, Carole and Bartlett, Brendan John. (1989) Background literature in aging and reading. In Memory improved reading and memory enhancement across the life span through strategic text structures pp. 13 - 42 Psychology Press.
Introduction and rationale for the study
Meyer, Bonnie, Young, Carole and Bartlett, Brendan John. (1989) Introduction and rationale for the study. In Memory improved reading and memory enhancement across the life span through strategic text structures pp. 1 - 12 Psychology Press.
Findings from the study
Meyer, Bonnie, Young, Carole and Bartlett, Brendan John. (1989) Findings from the study. In Memory improved reading and memory enhancement across the life span through strategic text structures pp. 57 - 81 Psychology Press.
Method for the evaluation study
Meyer, Bonnie, Young, Carole and Bartlett, Brendan. (1989) Method for the evaluation study. In Memory improved reading and memory enhancement across the life span through strategic text structures pp. 43 - 56 Psychology Press.
Memory Improved: Reading and Memory Enhancement Across the Life Span Through Strategic Text Structures
Meyer, Bonnie J.F, Young, Carol J. and Bartlett, Brendan. (1989) Memory Improved: Reading and Memory Enhancement Across the Life Span Through Strategic Text Structures Lawrence Erlbaum Associates inc..
Knowing What and Knowing How: Book 2 (Middle School)
Bartlett, Brendan, Barton, Bridget and Turner, Anne. (1988) Knowing What and Knowing How: Book 2 (Middle School) Thomas Nelson Australia.
Knowing What and Knowing How Book 3 (Upper Primary)
Bartlett, Brendan, Barton, Bridget and Turner, Anne. (1987) Knowing What and Knowing How Book 3 (Upper Primary) Thomas Nelson Australia.
Organisational Structure: The Key to Improved Comprehension and the Use of Text Structure Across the Adult Lifespan
Bartlett, Brendan. (1985) Organisational Structure: The Key to Improved Comprehension and the Use of Text Structure Across the Adult Lifespan. In Reading: An Australian Perspective pp. 83 - 102 Thomas Nelson Australia.
Text Organisation: A Base for Strategic Reading
Bartlett, Brendan, Christie, F, MacLean, Rupert, Matthews, R and Smith, R. (1985) Text Organisation: A Base for Strategic Reading. In ECT412 Reading Curriculum Reader pp. 204 - 212 Deakin University Press.
Using authoring programs to construct software
Bartlett, Brendan. (1985) Using authoring programs to construct software. In Computers in the Language Classroom pp. 72 - 76 Australian Reading Association.