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Abstract

This chapter provides a further close rendering of “epistemological incongruence” set within the author’s early years as a behavioral consultant supporting a young student with autism. Although trained and versed in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Broderick fought the over-reliance on ABA for students with autism as the sure-fit solution to diminish problematic behaviors. Her struggle is conveyed in near poetic terms, in much the same way that Heshusius draws on the vocabulary of a strong poet.

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In: Joseph Beuys and the Artistic Education
In: Joseph Beuys and the Artistic Education
In: Joseph Beuys and the Artistic Education
In: Joseph Beuys and the Artistic Education
In: Joseph Beuys and the Artistic Education
In: Joseph Beuys and the Artistic Education
In: Joseph Beuys and the Artistic Education
In: Joseph Beuys and the Artistic Education