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MODULE: Pivotal Response Training (PRT)
Because one of the fundamental goals of PRT is to ensure that learners with ASD participate in natural settings, PRT strategies ideally are implemented in inclusive classrooms and applied within a general education curriculum. R. L. Koegel and colleagues (R. L. Koegel, Openden, Fredeen, & Koegel, 2006) have developed techniques for using basic PRT strategies in schools. The following links provide recommendations for how PRT can be incorporated into a general education curriculum in preschool, elementary, middle, and high school settings.
[ View PDF ] How can PRT be used in preschool settings?
[ View PDF ] How can PRT be used in elementary school settings?
[ View PDF ] How can PRT be used in middle and high school settings?