Overall, the results showed that during the task-constant condition all three students had the same clear preference for the traditional worksheets. However, their preferences of task material during the time-constant condition were individualized. In addition, two of the students had higher digits correct per minute (DCPM) during the task-constant condition regardless of the task format and one student had higher DCPM on both types of worksheets during the time-constant condition. Results are discussed within the context of matching law and previous literature. Limitations of the study are also listed. Finally, implication for practitioner and teachers are delineated.When easy tasks that required too much time to complete (e.g., 4x4 and 3/2 problems) were added to the worksheets, ... (2001) found that when lower grade level shorter paragraphs were interspersed to the continuous passage readinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Time-based Versus Task-based Contingencies: Which is More Effective for Independent Academic Assignments?|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|