TIPS project aims to create innovative educational tools, for adult educational trainers and parents of children with ASD, with the aim of helping their children learn important life skills through the use of the use of the TIP and two different digital tools. The trainers are expected to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge of autism and will be able to plan and implement learning activities for parents. In 2009, the teaching interaction procedure (TIP) -a systematic social skills teaching package which consists of six steps (Phillips et al. 1974), was first empirically evaluated for individuals diagnosed with ASD (Leaf et al. 2009). The results indicated the TIP was successful at increasing the rate at which all of targeted social skills of all the participants. The project aims to teach parents of children with autism how to use digital tools- a digital game and digital comic strip- as a teaching tool for the social and life skill development of their children with autism. Both digital tools will be based on the evidencebased procedure of teaching interactions. The project target group includes Autism Level 1 and 2, including Asperger's, abd who are between 9-14 years of age.
Project Code: 2021-1-DK01-KA220-ADU-000033492