Using a Technology-based Instructional Package to Teach Students with ASD to Construct Sentences

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Megan E. Carpenter
Robert C Pennington
Meghan Walker

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In the current study, we investigated the effects of a technology-based instructional package on accurate sentence construction of three middle school students with autism spectrum disorder and complex communication needs. The autonomous package used constant time delay to teach students to select words to construct sentence frames. We evaluated the effectiveness of the package using a single case multiple probe research design. Data indicated that two of the participants increased accurate sentence construction.

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Carpenter, M. E., Pennington, R. C., & Walker, M. (2020). Using a Technology-based Instructional Package to Teach Students with ASD to Construct Sentences. Research, Advocacy, and Practice for Complex and Chronic Conditions, 39(1), 3–20. https://doi.org/10.14434/rapcc.v39i1.28644
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