Năng lực, Tính toán; Học sinh; Rối loạn phổ Tự Kỷ capacity; Calculation; Student; Autism spectrum disorder


According to recent studies, the number of students with autism spectrum disorder is increasing and the difficulty level is getting worse. Because of the weak central connection, difficulty integrating information and generalizing previously learned concepts, understanding concepts is a challenge for children with autism spectrum disorders, their applied math ability was also reduced. This article studies the computational ability of 02 students with autism spectrum disorder as a basis for orientation and propose measures to develop calculation capacity and quality of education for students with autism spectrum disorder in educational institutions.



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