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Emergent literacy skills of preschool students with autism: A comparison of teacher-led and computer-assisted instruction

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A comparison of traditional teacher led group instruction with alphabet books to multimedia computer-assisted instruction on gains in alphabetic skills acquisition and maintenance, student attentive behavior, and engagement in problem behavior, based on data from 17 preschool students with autism in a large urban school district in the Southwestern United States
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