Autistic Young Adults: K-12 math experiences

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Research Study Description

This research study is conducted by Dr. Gulnoza Yakubova and her research team at the University of Maryland, College Park. We are specifically interested to hear about your experiences with mathematics education when you were in k–12 school. Autistic young adults who are at least 16 years old and either still in high school or finished high school in the US are eligible.

Who Can Participate?
Autistic young adults who:
• Are at least 16 years old and currently in high school in the US.
• OR Finished high school in the US within the last 10 years.
• Live in the U.S.
• Are able to communicate in English.

What Will You Do?
• Answer a brief demographic survey (5–10 minutes)
• Participate in an online semi-structured interview (approximately 50–60 minutes) where you’ll share your experiences, insights, and perceptions on the mathematics education you received when you were in k-12 school. Audio recording of the interview is required in this project.
• Upon successful completion of the online interview, you will receive a $15 electronic gift card.

How Will This Help?
Your participation will help us improve experiences of autistic children in mathematics education.

Fill out the brief eligibility screening questionnaire (approximately 3–5 minutes):

Contact: Dr. Gulnoza Yakubova, Email: [email protected]

Name of Organization:
University of Maryland, College Park

For questions, please email::
[email protected]

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