Degree Name

M.Ed. (Master of Education)

Program

Special Education

Date of Award

12-2015

Committee Chair or Co-Chairs

Dr. Pamela Joanne Mims

Committee Members

Dr. James Fox, Dr. Tina Hudson

Abstract

The development of sight words is essential for individuals with significant disability. There is a plethora of research highlighting the acquisition of sight words for this population but to date, most focus on teacher led interventions (Browder, Algrim-Delzell, Spooner, Mims, & Baker, 2009). This study investigated the use of computer technology vs. one-on-one instruction targeting sight words acquisition for a student with a significant disability. Results showed the participant indicated improved performance using the computer based intervention versus the constant time delay instructor led intervention.

Document Type

Thesis - Open Access

Copyright

Copyright by the author.

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