Unlocking Potential: The Impact of Multisensory Structured Language on Autism Education

Many students with Autism benefit from multisensory teaching strategies, such as writing words on sandpaper or in shaving cream. This is because the kinesthetic aspect helps students feel engaged and invested in their writing assignments. Previous studies have used the McGurk paradigm to evaluate multisensory binding, in which participants bind incongruent auditory and visual speech stimuli into a unified … [Read more…]