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Each year, the TASH Conference brings together a diverse community of stakeholders who gain information, learn about resources, and connect with others across the country to strengthen the disability field. This year’s conference theme, “Be Creative - Innovative Solutions for an Inclusive Life,” reminds us to think outside the box during times of uncertainty. Creativity, innovation, and determination can pave the way for meaningful and inclusive lives for people with disabilities.

Thursday, November 29 • 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Teaching Students with Developmental Disabilities to Sequence Academic Content Using Technology

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I used a multiple probe across behaviors design to evaluate the effectiveness of using a video model and constant time delay procedures to teach two high school students to sequence American history/civics topics. Students received their intervention probes from their special education co-taught classroom teacher and me. Topics presented to the student were the same topics students learned within their co-taught setting. As a secondary measure, students verbalized the sequences. Visual analysis indicated a functional relation between the use of video model and constant time delay for one student, while the other student met criteria for all three topics with variable baseline.

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Allison Kroesch

Assistant Professor, Illinois State University


Thursday November 29, 2018 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Salon E - Lower Level 1401 SW Naito Parkway, Portland, OR 97201