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Qualitative Study

Scott Dueker

Doctoral Fellow, Educational Studies, College of EHE

Advisor: Helen Malone


Using Video Prompting to Teach Addition to Students with Moderate Intellectual Disabilities




A video prompting method was used to teach addition to three students with moderate intellectual disabilities who exhibited deficiencies in mathematics. Preliminary results and implications of the study will be discussed.


About Scott Dueker


Scott Dueker is entering his third year of doctoral studies in Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis. His advisor is Dr. Helen Malone. A Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Scott has almost 10 years of experience working with children with moderate to severe intellectual and developmental disabilities in home, clinical, educational, and residential settings. His research interests include using video technology to teach children with moderate to severe impairment to be more independent and the use of motivating operations to change behavior. He is a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, the Association for Behaviour Analysis Australia, the Council for Exceptional Children, and a student member of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies.