JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES, vol.32, no.4, pp.617-631, 2020 (SSCI)
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JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES
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Autism, Video prompting, Training via iPad, Motor skill, Person drawing skill, VOICE-OVER NARRATION, HIGH-SCHOOL-STUDENTS, DAILY LIVING SKILLS, SPECTRUM DISORDERS, YOUNG-CHILDREN, LANGUAGE-DEVELOPMENT, EMERGENT LITERACY, MOTOR DEVELOPMENT, LEISURE SKILLS, DISABILITIES
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This study aimed to find out the effectiveness of the video prompting procedure via iPad in teaching children with autism the skill of drawing a six-part person, and also to examine its maintenance and generalization. The research used a multiple probe design (days) across participants, which is one of the single-subject designs. The participants of the research were three male subjects at 5 and 6 years of age with autism diagnoses. The research results indicated that all three subjects learned the skill of drawing a six-part person with the video prompting procedure via iPad, and that they generalized the skill with different settings, materials and persons. Social validity results showed that the children's parents held positive opinions regarding the research study.