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(p. 76) Computer-Based Instruction 

(p. 76) Computer-Based Instruction
(p. 76) Computer-Based Instruction

Jeff Sigafoos

, Sathiyaprakash Ramdoss

, Debora Kagohara

, Robert C. Pennington

, Giulio E. Lancioni

, and Mark F. O’Reilly

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date: 28 September 2020

This chapter focuses on the use of computer-based instruction (CBI) for teaching persons with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Our review considers the types of CBI systems that have been evaluated, the skills or behaviors that have been targeted for intervention, and the degree to which CBI has been successful as a teaching method for persons with ASD. The final section of this chapter outlines a number of practice implications and offers recommendations regarding the use of CBI for individuals with ASD.

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