Head-Mounted Display-Based Virtual Reality as a Tool to Reduce Disruptive Behavior in a Student Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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In this paper, we present a study investigating the feasibility of using Virtual Real-
ity (VR) to reduce disruptive classroom behavior of a child diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The child shows extensive, aggressive behavior in the classroom, making it hard for the teacher to teach him and his classmates. Even when receiving one-to-one lectures by a professional teacher, without the presence of other students, the child shows disruptive behavior. However, when receiving lectures in a virtual environment by a teacher, the child was calm, focused, and capable of working on his assignments without showing any disruptive behaviors. Even if the study has been applied to one single child, the promising results can be extended to more children showing similar behaviors.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Titel4th EAI International Conference on Design, Learning & Innovation
ForlagSpringer
Publikationsdato2020
StatusUdgivet - 2020
Begivenhed4th EAI International Conference on Design, Learning and Innovation, DLI 2019 - Aalborg University, Aalborg, Danmark
Varighed: 6 nov. 20198 nov. 2019
Konferencens nummer: 4
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Konference4th EAI International Conference on Design, Learning and Innovation, DLI 2019
Nummer4
LokationAalborg University
LandDanmark
ByAalborg
Periode06/11/201908/11/2019
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