EFFECTIVENESS OF VIDEO PROMPTING METHOD IN TEACHING CLOTH FOLDING SKILL TO INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS

Mehmet Yavuz

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In this study, the effectiveness of the video prompting method and its maintenance and social validity were investigated in cloth folding skill teaching for individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Three male individuals with autism spectrum disorder were included in the study. In the research, inter-observer multiple-probe with a single-subject research model was used. As a result of the research, 3 participants achieved the target behavior successfully. It was observed that the maintenance of the behaviors acquired in both participants continued as 10, 20, 30. In a participant, the data of maintenance was collected for 10, 20 days and it was observed that the behavior was preserved, yet on the 30th day, the maintenance data could not be collected. For social validation, families reported positive opinions.

 

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autism spectrum disorder, video modeling, video feedback, video prompting

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