Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Mohammed Al Zyoudi
The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of using point of view video modeling intervention strategy on improving the self-care skills of a student with autism. The target skills were handwashing and toothbrushing skills. A single-subject ABA design was used in this study. Data was collected using mixed-method approach. The intervention lasted for six weeks. The results of this study indicated that point of view video modeling is an effective instructional tool to improve handwashing and toothbrushing skills for a student with autism. Moreover, the participant was able to generalize handwashing and toothbrushing skills to two different settings. Implications of this study include the importance of utilizing point-of-view video modeling in the daily classroom practice to teach students with autism self-care skills.
Ghoneim, May Ali Elmetwally, "EXAMINING THE IMPACT OF USING POINT OF VIEW VIDEO MODELING ON IMPROVING SELF-CARE SKILLS OF A STUDENT WITH AUTISM" (2019). Theses. 786.