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thats four assumptions you make, together with the question of my grandmother who by the way was an absolute fabulous teacher to her own eight children.
No there is no proven efficacy of any teaching method for children with ASD. Even the so called peer reviewed reports of the Lovaas and Smith types dont actually prove anything. No one system can teach ALL children with ASD.
Which is where teacch is incredibly behind the times and so very damaging.
Yes of course there are teachers who can teach, millions of them. But, what has that got to do with the methodology of teacch?
The sarcasm is noted and is really not needed in this discussion, as it serves no purpose. If you have something to say, say it and perhaps refrain from that “lowest form of wit”.