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The Design of Autism Content Management Learning System (ACMLS) Framework

Version 1 : Received: 10 December 2018 / Approved: 11 December 2018 / Online: 11 December 2018 (13:55:39 CET)

How to cite: Ismail, K.; Jomhari, N.. The Design of Autism Content Management Learning System (ACMLS) Framework. Preprints 2018, 2018120132 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201812.0132.v1). Ismail, K.; Jomhari, N.. The Design of Autism Content Management Learning System (ACMLS) Framework. Preprints 2018, 2018120132 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201812.0132.v1).

Abstract

The prevalence of autism in children in the world is estimated as one per 62 children, higher levels reported in some countries. These children experience significant problems with the development of social, behavioural and verbal and non-verbal communication skills. The skills impairment levels varies from an individual to another and that made teaching autistics a challenge for caregivers such as teachers and relatives. Hence, there are quite a number of frameworks of a software learning systems which focus on gaining the children’s attention using representational visual illustration as a learning method instead of the textual form. However, majority of these tools are lacking the personalisation ability to suite everyone in the spectrum. Assistive technology offers an alternative way to attract children with autism to use. Therefore, this research is proposing Autism Content Management Learning System (ACMLS) Framework to assist caregivers to produce, design and fine-tune or customise the learning materials appropriately so that the system interface and the materials are suitable for every individual in the spectrum according to each child personal profile aiming to make learning attractive and to contribute in improving their social, communication and behavioural skills and nonetheless, their attention level to the delivered educational topics. The ACMLS framework design adopts four main components which are: (1) Design component: which covers the visual design, design principles and the mental model of the children with autism. (2) Technology component: which covers the assistive technology tools and the architecture of the ACMLS system. (3) Education component: Which covers the learning objectives, styles, strategies, methods and the cognitive model. (4) Participants component: which covers the main participants who’re playing a role in the ACMLS framework such as: caregivers and children with autism.

Subject Areas

children with autism, caregivers, personalised learning, intervention

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