Using Videoconferencing to Support Teachers to Conduct Preference Assessments with Students with Autism and Developmental Disabilities.

@inproceedings{Machalicek2009UsingVT,
  title={Using Videoconferencing to Support Teachers to Conduct Preference Assessments with Students with Autism and Developmental Disabilities.},
  author={Wendy Machalicek and Mark F. O'Reilly and Jeffrey Michael Chan and Mandy Jenkins Rispoli and Russell Bennett Lang and Tonya N Davis and Karrie A. Shogren and Audrey M Sorrells and Giulio E. Lancioni and Jeff Sigafoos and Vanessa A. Green and Paul David Langthorne},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract We used widely available videoconferencing equipment to support teachers to conduct preference assessments for three students with autism and developmental disabilities. Supervisors located at a university used videoconferencing equipment to collect data on students’ choice of items, the fidelity of teacher implementation of the assessment protocol, and to provide feedback to the teachers. Preference assessment results suggested a number of potentially reinforcing items for each… CONTINUE READING

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