The Effectiveness of Learning Problem Solving Model for Improving the Ability to Solve Mathematics Questions in Story Form in Autistic Students

Firas Ahmad Al Taqatqa

Abstract


This study sought to investigate the efficacy of a problem-solving learning paradigm in enhancing autistic kids' capacity to solve Math problems in the form of tales. This study focuses on a single subject. The research used the A-B-A' design. The baseline-1 (A) phase consisted of administering a test three times to establish the subject's initial ability to solve Story Form Math Problems. Math Problems in the form of Stories were solved using the problem-solving learning approach during the Intervention phase (B). The baseline-2 (A') phase consisted of administering a test three times to assess the subject's ability to complete Story Form Math Problems after receiving an intervention. The findings of this research suggest a shift in the direction of the trend, with the effect growing with a (+) effect in phase A, increasing with a (+) effect in phase B, and decreasing with a (=) effect in phase A'. The stability trend is steady during all three periods. The level difference between phases A and B is +32.5%, whereas the level change between phases B and A' is +5%. In each step, the fraction of overlapping data is 0%. A problem-solving learning paradigm has been shown to improve autistic pupils' ability to solve arithmetic problems in the form of tales.


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