Do Children with Autism Learn To Read More Readily by Computer Assisted Instruction or Traditional Book Methods?: A Pilot Study
ATIJRP Volume 6, Number 1, ISSN 1362-3613
Comparison of basic reading instruction by either computer assisted instruction or traditional book methods with eight children (ages 3-5) with autism found all children spent more time on task in the computer condition and that five of the eight children could reliably identify at least three words after the computer assisted learning. (Contains references.) (Author/DB)
Williams, C., Wright, B., Callaghan, G. & Coughlan, B. (2002). Do Children with Autism Learn To Read More Readily by Computer Assisted Instruction or Traditional Book Methods?: A Pilot Study. Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice, 6(1), 71-91.
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