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Preliminary Investigation of a Self-Monitoring Application for a Postsecondary Student with Autism | Advances in Neurodevelopmental Disorders | September 2019
Increasing number of transition-age youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are pursuing postecondary education and may benefit from interventions to support them in the college environment. The purpose of this study was to examine the efficacy of a self-monitoring application (I-Connect) to increase on-task classroom behavior of a postsecondary student with ASD.
One male postsecondary student with ASD used the I-Connect application in a large, lecture-style introductory-level course at a public university. Self-monitoring prompts were delivered via a handheld tablet, with on-task behavior measured using momentary time sampling.
The participant demonstrated an increase in on-task behavior when using I-Connect. Implications and suggestions for future research related to supporting secondary students with ASD using technology-based self-monitoring interventions are discussed.
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