Application of Fading in Expressive Language E-Learning for Autistic Children
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- Autism; Fading; Expressive language
Language is a means of communication that gives symbols and meaning to thoughts and feelings to convey messages or information to others, but children with autism have difficulty in expressive language communication. This happened to children with autism in one of the special schools in the city of Sidoarjo who felt it was necessary to intervene with fading stimulus to reduce behavioral and expressive language disorders in children with autism. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of fading when applied to children with autism who have expressive language disorders. Identification of the subject, the subject in this study was a boy aged 12 years old who had an autistic spectrum disorder, specifically DSM V. The research instrument used is the observation technique of tallying behavior and rating scale to measure the behavior of autistic children who experience expressive language barriers. Observation guidelines were compiled based on the characteristics of autism contained in DSM V. This research method used a quantitative approach with experimental methods and used an experimental single-case design. Experiments were carried out by providing Fading intervention on autism subjects who had behavioral and expressive language disorders. The intervention was carried out in 5 sessions (1-2 hours per session, depending on the subject’s response) within 10 days. The data analysis technique that has been collected is analyzed descriptively to describe behavioral changes that show symptoms of expressive language behavior disorders in children with autism. So that it can be concluded. Based on the results of the descriptive analysis, it can be concluded that the fading stimulus can provide a positive response to children with autism who experience expressive language behavior disorders. In this study, after being given the intervention for approximately 10 days, the subjects showed a decrease. Suggestions This research has limitations in its implementation, namely the teacher is less cooperative in carrying out the intervention process. Even so, this study showed a positive change experienced by the subject after giving the intervention for 5 sessions.
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TY - CONF AU - Nur R. A. Siddieqy AU - Sujarwanto Sujarwanto AU - Wiwik Widajati PY - 2022 DA - 2022/01/04 TI - Application of Fading in Expressive Language E-Learning for Autistic Children BT - Proceedings of the Eighth Southeast Asia Design Research (SEA-DR) & the Second Science, Technology, Education, Arts, Culture, and Humanity (STEACH) International Conference (SEADR-STEACH 2021) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 69 EP - 73 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.211229.011 DO - 10.2991/assehr.k.211229.011 ID - Siddieqy2022 ER -