Facial Expression Recognition

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Many people with developmental disabilities, particularly ones who have been diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), have difficulty recognizing the meaning in the facial expressions of others. The following Pop Spedster video discusses facial expressions,

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CLICK HERE TO SEE AN ANALYSIS OF ASSESSMENT RESULTS

Baseline Instruction

 

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PROCESS CHART FOR DAI.
DAI Process 

 

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THEORY OF HIERARCHICAL

INSTRUCTION STANDARDS.

Kemp's Hierarchy

 

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THE ENTIRE DAI

ASSESSMENT SYSTEM.

DAI Assessment

 

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VERBAL COMMUNICATION

DOMAIN OF THE DAI ASSESSMENT.

DAI Verbal Communication Domain

 

CLICK HERE TO SEE A DAI

INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN PROCESS

DAI Instructional Design Process

 

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A VIDEO ON FACIAL

EXPRESSION RECOGNITION

FACIALEXPRESSION RECOGNITION

 

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A VIDEO ABOUT SMILING.

Watch A Smile

 

 

 

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