Using Computer Technology and Constant Time Delay to Promote Student Learning of Academic Vocabulary in the General Education Classroom
Master of Arts in Education (MA)
constant time delay, time delay, general education, smartphone technology, iPhone
Enrique Dominguez, Pamela Redmond, Jim O'Connor
This study was designed to investigate the development of a program to apply Constant Time Delay (CTD) to the general education classroom setting. CTD is an errorless learning technique that has demonstrated effectiveness for students with multiple levels and types of disabilities within individual and small group settings. A computer program was developed for use in the eighth grade English classroom to teach sets of nine key academic vocabulary terms using constant 15-second delay procedure.
Martinez, G. M. (2013). Using Computer Technology and Constant Time Delay to Promote Student Learning of Academic Vocabulary in the General Education Classroom. Retrieved from https://touroscholar.touro.edu/tucgsoe/192