College Students with Intellectual Disability Using a Self-Monitoring App and Peer Support to Improve On-Task Behaviors
This presentation will review a single-case research pilot study on the use of I-Connect, a free self-monitoring application for mobile devices, to improve on-task study behaviors for a college student with intellectual disability attending an inclusive postsecondary education program at a Georgia university. The study viewed the effects of a trained peer mentor providing ongoing training and encouragement for app use as well as weekly goal-setting and review support sessions. Findings of the pilot study will be discussed. A description of the training process for both peer mentor and study participant will also be included as well as an overview of the free self-monitoring application.
2021 Virtual Georgia Educational Research Association (GERA) conference
Devine, Stephanie M., Cynthia C. Massey, Kathryn L. Haughney.
"College Students with Intellectual Disability Using a Self-Monitoring App and Peer Support to Improve On-Task Behaviors."
Elementary and Special Education Faculty Presentations.