Classroom-based assistive technology: collective use of interactive visual schedules by students with autism

@inproceedings{Cramer2011ClassroombasedAT,
  title={Classroom-based assistive technology: collective use of interactive visual schedules by students with autism},
  author={Meg Cramer and Sen H. Hirano and Monica Tentori and Michael T. Yeganyan and Gillian R. Hayes},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2011}
}
vSked is an interactive and collaborative assistive technology for students with autism, combining visual schedules, choice boards, and a token-based reward system into an integrated classroom system. In this paper, we present the results of a study of three deployments of vSked over the course of a year in two autism classrooms. The results of our study demonstrate that vSked can promote student independence, reduce the quantity of educator-initiated prompts, encourage consistency and… CONTINUE READING
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