Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have significant differences in their developmental characteristics and individual competences. These individuals to be accepted in the society they live in and live without being dependent on others is closely related to their daily life skills, ( for instance; cooking, food preservation, cleaning, clothes care, ironing, correcting the appearance, telephone communication, welcoming guests, bed correction). Individuals with ASD often have difficulty in learning the daily life skills they have learned on their own without systematic teaching. Therefore, teaching daily life skills is one of the aims of educational services provided to individuals with ASD. In this study, it is aimed to determine the effectiveness of the constant time delay procedure in teaching cooking skills to students with ASD. The study group consisted of three ASD students aged 18, 21, 21 attending a special education school in Edirne province. In the study, a single-subject multiple-probe model was used. The dependent variable of the study is the level of students' ability to make pudding from their cooking skills. The independent variable of the study is the implementation of the curriculum based on the constant time deley procedure. Data recording forms were prepared for the purpose of gathering the initial, generalization initial, teaching, monitoring and generalization data in the target skill determined for the students. As a result of the research, it was seen that all three subjects performed the determined skill in accordance with the targeted criteria and it was determined that the students continued to use it after the application ended and generalized them to different environments , tool and people. In addition, as a result of the interviews with the mothers and teachers of the students, they were satisfied that they were pleased with the teaching of this skill.
Students with ASD, Constant time delay procedure, Cooking Skills