Education: Florida Atlantic University Study
A recent study conducted by the Department of Exceptional Student Education at Florida Atlantic University found that children ages 2-4 years old showed a significant increase in self-regulation skills when the Time Timer® was used to facilitate their activity.View the results
"Comparison of Methods for Demonstrating Passage of Time when Using Computer-Based Video Prompting" Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities
- Linda C. Mechling, Kathryn J. Bryant, Galen P. Spencer and Kevin M. Ayres
"The Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for Effective Differentiated Instruction, Edition 5"
- by M. Mastropieri and T.E. Scruggs
"Time Timer as a Toyota Manufacturing Productivity Tool"
- University of Dayton School of Business Administration
"The Use of Multiple Methods to Explore the Impact of Interruptions on Intravenous (IV) Push Delivery"
-Tara McCurdie The University of Queensland, Varuna Prakash University of Toronto, Patricia Trbovich, University Health Network
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