Technology and Transformation: A Naturalistic Study of Special Students and Computers in the Middle School
Journal of Special Education Technology Volume 9, Number 2, ISSN 0162-6434
The article describes the three-year Education Development Center/Technical Education Research Center Middle School Technology Integration Project which is investigating how technology is integrated into language arts and mathematics curricula, and its impact on mainstreamed mildly handicapped students. The evolution of computer use at four diverse school systems will be observed. (Author/DB)
Morocco, C.C. & Zorfass, J.M. (1988). Technology and Transformation: A Naturalistic Study of Special Students and Computers in the Middle School. Journal of Special Education Technology, 9(2), 88-97.
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Ramzi Nasser, Qatar University; Maha Cherif & Michael Romanowski
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