Using Video Prompting and Constant Time Delay to Teach an Internet Search Basic Skill to Students with Intellectual Disabilities

Zisimopoulos, D, Sigafoos, J, & Koutromanos, G.

The study used a single case design to examine the effectiveness of a video prompting and a constant time delay procedure to teach three primary school students with moderate intellectual disabilities how to search the Internet for a history project. The intervention included a 29-step task analysis. Results showed that video prompting was effective for teaching Internet skills to students with moderate intellectual disabilities. 

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