Various efforts have been made by the Ministry of Education Malaysia to improve the quality of education of special needs students for the survival of this group. Among them is the TEACCH Program introduced for autism students. The objective of this study was to look at the impact of the TEACCH Program on mathematical pedagogy on autism students. This study used qualitative methods involving observation, document analysis and interviews. The study respondents consisted of eight students with autism (learning problems) from a school under Kinta North PPD. The specific infrastructure requirements for autism students as suggested in the TEACCH program have been applied by creating a special room by the school concerned. The study focuses on the subject of mathematics. In terms of pedagogy, BBM mathematics subjects have been built on simple, medium and hard levels. The BBM layout from simple to complex has been systematically applied by the responsible teacher. The study is conducted for one year throughout 2019. The findings of the study show that the TEACCH program greatly helps autism students improve their skills in managing themselves with the environment as well as mastering math skills as found in the standardized Curriculum and Assessment Document.
TEACCH Program; Special education; autism; mathematics