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Acquisition and Generalization of Chained Tasks Taught with Computer Based Video Instruction to Children with Autism
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ETDD Volume 44, Number 4, ISSN 1547-0350

Abstract

Three elementary aged students with autism participated in an evaluation of computer based video instruction that targeted functional life skills. The effects of the software were analyzed in the context of a multiple probe design across and replicated across participants. This study represents a departure from more traditional video based instruction for individuals with autism because it combines video modeling as well as computer based simulation training in absence of any in-vivo instruction. All instruction took place on the computer and student's performance in vivo was the primary dependent measure. The participants each mastered all the skills they were taught via the computer and generalized this to the natural environment. They maintained the skills after a two-week follow up. (Contains 1 table and 4 figures.)

Citation

Ayres, K.M., Maguire, A. & McClimon, D. (2009). Acquisition and Generalization of Chained Tasks Taught with Computer Based Video Instruction to Children with Autism. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities, 44(4), 493-508. Retrieved July 14, 2020 from .

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