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The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of a point-of-view video modeling intervention to teach mathematics problem-solving when working on word problems involving subtracting mixed fractions with uncommon denominators. Using a multiple-probe across students design of single-case methodology, three high school students with ASD completed the study. All three students demonstrated greater accuracy in solving fraction word problems and maintained accuracy levels at a 1-week follow-up.
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- Video-Based Intervention in Teaching Fraction Problem-Solving to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Elizabeth M. Hughes
- Springer US