Kelby B Kessler

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This study determined the effectiveness of a commercially produced handheld computer, as a prompting system in facilitating the generalization and increasing the probability of long-term maintenance of vocational skills by adolescents with moderate intellectual disabilities. Four students successfully used the system in learning a task and then generalized(More)
The instructional scheduling arrangements of simulated and community-based instruction across an equivalent set of functional and vocational skills were examined. Five secondary age students with moderate intellectual disabilities participated in four instructional scheduling arrangements measuring skill acquisition, generalization, and maintenance of(More)
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