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TEACHING Exceptional Children

2014 Volume 46, Number 5

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Making Online Learning Accessible for Students with Disabilities

    Andrew I. Hashey & Skip Stahl

    The growing presence of K-12 online education programs is a trend that promises to increase flexibility, improve efficiency, and foster engagement in learning. Students with disabilities can... More

    pp. 70-78

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  2. Critical Considerations for Teaching Students with Disabilities in Online Environments

    Diana Greer, Amber L. Rowland & Sean J. Smith

    The purpose of this article is to provide teachers and their supporting team (e.g., parents) with an understanding of the implications of blended and virtual learning for students with disabilities... More

    pp. 79-91

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  3. Helping Students with Disabilities Comprehend Text in Online Coursework

    Mary Rice & Diana Greer

    In this article, the authors state that increases in technological capabilities are enabling more students to complete schoolwork in online learning environments--in addition to and sometimes... More

    pp. 93-101

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  4. Doing the Math: Supporting Students with Disabilities in Online Courses

    Barbara A. Serianni & Kimberly Coy

    The purpose of this article is to provide teachers and parents with a framework and practical ideas for supporting their students with disabilities in online mathematics. Through the fictional... More

    pp. 102-109

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  5. Special Educators' Roles as Virtual Teachers

    Kimberly Coy

    Students with disabilities are included in the nearly two million students who attend school online (Queen & Lewis, 2011). Like many families, parents of children with disabilities are... More

    pp. 110-116

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  6. Understanding the Roles of Families in Virtual Learning

    Rachel Currie-Rubin & Sean J. Smith

    Families choose to enroll their children in fully online schools for many reasons. Online schools offer the possibility of flexible schedules and the potential to learn at a pace and in a manner... More

    pp. 117-126

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  7. Designing Online Learning Opportunities for Students with Disabilities

    Sean J. Smith & James D. Basham

    With the growth in blended and fully online K-12 instruction, all students, including those with disabilities, are finding online learning a viable option to address learner variability.... More

    pp. 127-137

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