Karen Guldberg
Karen Guldberg
Professor in Autism Studies, University of Birmingham
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Developing technology for autism: an interdisciplinary approach
K Porayska-Pomsta, C Frauenberger, H Pain, G Rajendran, T Smith, ...
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 16, 117-127, 2012
International review of the evidence on best practice in educational provision for children on the autism spectrum
S Parsons, K Guldberg, A MacLeod, G Jones, A Prunty, T Balfe
Reviewing Research in Special Education, 47-63, 2016
Foundations of communities of practice: Enablers and barriers to participation
K Guldberg, J Mackness
Journal of computer assisted learning 25 (6), 528-538, 2009
Tutor roles in facilitating reflection on practice through online discussion
K Guldberg, R Pilkington
Journal of Educational Technology & Society 10 (1), 61-72, 2007
A community of practice approach to the development of non‐traditional learners through networked learning
K Guldberg, R Pilkington
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 22 (3), 159-171, 2006
Educating children on the autism spectrum: Preconditions for inclusion and notions of ‘best autism practice’in the early years
K Guldberg
British Journal of Special Education 37 (4), 168-174, 2010
International review of the literature of evidence of best practice provision in the education of persons with autistic spectrum disorders
SJ Parsons, K Guldberg, AAN MacLeod, G Jones, A Prunty, T Balfe
National Council for Special Education, 2009
Evidence-based practice in autism educational research: can we bridge the research and practice gap?
K Guldberg
Oxford Review of Education 43 (2), 149-161, 2017
Educational provision for children and young people on the autism spectrum living in England: a review of current practice, issues and challenges
G Jones, A English, K Guldberg, R Jordan, P Richardson, M Waltz
Autism Education Trust, 2008
Perceptions, experiences, and needs of parents of culturally and linguistically diverse children with autism: a scoping review
D Papoudi, CR Jørgensen, K Guldberg, H Meadan
Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 8 (2), 195-212, 2021
Blending human and artificial intelligence to support autistic children’s social communication skills
K Porayska-Pomsta, AM Alcorn, K Avramides, S Beale, S Bernardini, ...
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 25 (6), 1-35, 2018
Digital stories as a method for evidence-based practice and knowledge co-creation in technology-enhanced learning for children with autism
S Parsons, K Guldberg, K Porayska-Pomsta, R Lee
E-Research in Educational Contexts, 35-59, 2018
Adult learners and professional development: peer‐to‐peer learning in a networked community
K Guldberg
International Journal of Lifelong Education 27 (1), 35-49, 2008
Feasibility study of a randomised controlled trial to investigate the effectiveness of using a humanoid robot to improve the social skills of children with autism spectrum …
SE Mengoni, K Irvine, D Thakur, G Barton, K Dautenhahn, K Guldberg, ...
BMJ open 7 (6), e017376, 2017
Implications for practice from ‘International review of the evidence on best practice in educational provision for children on the autism spectrum’
K Guldberg, S Parsons, A MacLeod, G Jones, A Prunty, T Balfe
European Journal of Special Needs Education 26 (1), 65-70, 2011
Challenging the knowledge‐transfer orthodoxy: Knowledge co‐construction in technology‐enhanced learning for children with autism
K Guldberg, S Parsons, K Porayska‐Pomsta, W Keay‐Bright
British Educational Research Journal 43 (2), 394-413, 2017
Measuring educational engagement, progress and outcomes for children with special educational needs: A review
G Douglas, J Travers, M McLinden, C Robertson, E Smith, N MacNab, ...
National Council for Special Education (NCSE), Ireland, 2012
Educational provision and outcomes for people on the autism spectrum
K Wittemeyer, K Guldberg, N MacNab, T Charman, J Cusack, R Hastings, ...
Autism Education Trust, 2011
Autism and multidisciplinary teamwork through the SCERTS Model
P Molteni, K Guldberg, N Logan
British Journal of Special Education 40 (3), 137-145, 2013
The effect of adult interactive style on the spontaneous communication of young children with autism at school
L Kossyvaki, G Jones, K Guldberg
British Journal of Special Education 39 (4), 173-184, 2012
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