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CSUN 1998 Conference

1998

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Number of papers: 3

  1. Creating School Based Assistive Technology Teams in Rural States: An Inservice Training Model

    James O. Espe

    This paper describes an inservice training program, developed collaboratively by the Idaho Assistive Technology Project and the Idaho State Department of Education, that is designed to increase the... More

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  2. EASI Street to Science and Math for K-12 Students

    Carmela Cunningham & Steve Noble

    This paper discusses the poor preparation of children with disabilities in math and science fields, and the perception that students with disabilities are not capable of doing work in science and... More

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  3. An Innovative Training Project: Enhancing the Capacity of School Personnel in Maine To Promote the Use of Alternative Communication Strategies for Students with Disabilities

    Lynn Gitlow, Debbie Gilmer, Barbara Mintz, Alan Kurtz & Colette Bilodeau

    This brief paper describes an innovative training project, the Augmentative, Assistive, and Facilitated Communication project, designed to enhance the capacity of school personnel to use... More

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