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2013

Educational Psychology

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Asperger syndrome

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Using Self-Regulated Strategy Development With At-Risk Writers With Asperger Syndrome, Lindsay Booker, Lindsay M. Campbell A.K.A. Apr 2013

Using Self-Regulated Strategy Development With At-Risk Writers With Asperger Syndrome, Lindsay Booker, Lindsay M. Campbell A.K.A.

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of implementing the Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD) model of instruction (Graham & Harris, 2005; Harris & Graham, 1996) with a population of middle school students with Asperger syndrome (AS). A multiple-baseline design across participants was used to examine the effectiveness of the SRSD instructional intervention on writing skills and self-regulation, attitudes, self-efficacy, and social validity. Each participant was taught SRSD story writing strategies, and wrote stories in response to story prompts during the baseline, instruction, post-instruction, and maintenance phases. Stories were assessed for writing quantity (TWW), writing quality (%CWS), and story completeness (number of ...