Multiple Ways Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder Learning in Inclusive Classrooms; Blended Learning for Inclusive Classrooms

  • Swasto Imam Teguh Prabowo, Achmad Hufad, Endang Rochyadi, Tjutju Soendari


This study aims to design an inclusive learning application so that it makes it easier for teachers to teach in inclusive classrooms with blended learning, in which there are students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This application recommends learning tools, media, and spaces to modify content, tests and descriptions according to the IEP of ASD students. This study used the single subject method on three ASD students at the high school level, pretest and posttest to see the progress of the ASD students' learning, while to see the progress of all students in the class used classroom action research. The results showed that this application was able to increase the learning effectiveness of ASD students in an inclusive classroom.

Keywords-Blended learning, application learning, differentiated instructions, ASD, inclusive classroom