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Distance Teaching and Learning In Children and Adolescents With Autistic Disorder
Theoretical background: In the last two years, the pedagogical profession has been facing the challenges, advantages and disadvantages of distance learning. The question arises as to how to best replace classical teaching in educational institutions in a given situation. The introduction presents general findings and strategies and specifics, which include the education of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder.
Method: The article is based on a research approach. The included articles have been published in the last two years as scientific articles on the international databases. They studied the topic of distance learning from the perspective of the state, teachers, students and parents. According to the initial and final inclusion criteria, included 3 studys.
Results: Research showed that all family members are more closely involved in distance education. The sudden transition from a school routine to a home environment, is very challenging. Family members are forced to help more with school obligations. Parents take donated time with their child to acquire new socialization skills related to safety and social distance. Emphasis is also placed on an in-depth understanding of the cultural role of the sexes.
Discussion and conclusion: Distance learning has affected the majority of the world's schooling population. The difference is mainly in the conditions and methods of work faced by the population in more or less developed parts of the world. On the one site, we can trace pure improvisation and, on the other sites, a systematic supported and managed distance education system by the goverment institutions.