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Journal of Special Education Technology

2003 Volume 18, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. The Effects of a Computer-Assisted, Schema-Based Instruction Intervention on Word Problem-Solving Skills of Low-Performing Fifth Grade Students

    Jessica L. Fede, Community College of Rhode Island; Margaret E. Pierce, Stonehill College; Craig S. Wells William J. Matthews, University of Massachusetts–Amherst

    This study examined the effects of computer-assisted, schema-based instruction on the problem-solving skills of fifth grade students with below average problem-solving skills. In a randomized... More

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  2. Use of Technology to Accommodate Differences Associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the General Curriculum and Environment

    Candice Southall, Piedmont College

    Without appropriate instructional supports, differences associated with autism spectrum disorder affect successful access to the general curriculum. Individuals who have autism without comorbid... More

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  3. Effects of Video Modeling and Verbal Prompting on Social Skills Embedded Within a Purchasing Activity for Students with Autism

    Teresa Taber-Doughty Gulnoza Yakubova, Purdue University

    Three junior high school students with autism were taught to engage in a series of social skills through the use of video modeling and verbal prompting as they engaged in purchasing activities in... More

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  4. The Future of Computer-based Interactive Technology for Teaching Individuals With Moderate to Severe Disabilities: Issues Relating to Research and Practice.

    Tom J. Clees John Langone, The University of Georgia

    There are a number of community adjustment and transition models that indicate individuals with disabilities will require instruction across numerous domains that represent skills such as... More

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  5. The Future of Computer-Based Interactive Technology for Teaching Individuals with Moderate to Severe Disabilities: Issues Relating to Research and Practice

    John Langone, Tom J. Clees, Lloyd Rieber & Michael Matzko

    This article discusses features of multimedia instructional tools that may provide students with moderate to severe mental disabilities with more effective and efficient simulated instructional... More

    pp. 5-16

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  6. The Comprehensive Evaluation of Professional Development Software: A Review of the Literature

    Carl J. Liaupsin

    Discussion of the development of professional development software for special education teachers reviews the literature to (1) consolidate the database of literature regarding professional... More

    pp. 29-37

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  7. Assistive Technology for Children with HIV/AIDS

    Neena Khanna & Sonja Feist-Price

    This discussion of assistive technology for children with AIDS considers management in the school setting, functional limitations related to HIV/AIDS, and the use of assistive technology to address... More

    pp. 39-43

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  8. Book and Software Review

    Barbara L. Ludlow & John D. Foshay

    This column describes several commercial Web sites seen to be helpful in special education and disability services programs and personnel preparation. These include sites of the Laureate Learning... More

    pp. 50-52

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  9. Research and Practice: Measuring Assistive Technology Outcomes: Key Concepts

    Dave Edyburn

    This introductory column on assistive technology (AT) explains key concepts including what assistive technology is, the relationship between AT services and outcomes associated with AT use, the... More

    pp. 53-55

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