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Theory Into Practice Vol. 47, No. 3 (July 2008) pp. 204–211
Current reforms in science education call for the integration of digital technologies into science teaching, advocating that students learn science content and processes through technology. In this article, we provide practical examples, situated...
Using Research-Based Interactive Video Vignettes to Enhance Out-of-Class Learning in Introductory Physics
Physics Teacher Vol. 53, No. 2 (February 2015) pp. 114–117
Ever since the first generalized computer-assisted instruction system (PLATO) was introduced over 50 years ago, educators have been adding computer-based materials to their classes. Today many textbooks have complete online versions that include...
Using Computerized Games to Teach Face Recognition Skills to Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: The "Let's Face It!" Program
James W. Tanaka; Julie M. Wolf; Cheryl Klaiman; Kathleen Koenig; Jeffrey Cockburn; Lauren Herlihy; Carla Brown; Sherin Stahl; Martha D. Kaiser; Robert T. Schultz
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry Vol. 51, No. 8 (August 2010) pp. 944–952
Background: An emerging body of evidence indicates that relative to typically developing children, children with autism are selectively impaired in their ability to recognize facial identity. A critical question is whether face recognition skills...
The Perception and Identification of Facial Emotions in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders Using the "Let's Face It!" Emotion Skills Battery
James W. Tanaka; Julie M. Wolf; Cheryl Klaiman; Kathleen Koenig; Jeffrey Cockburn; Lauren Herlihy; Carla Brown; Sherin S. Stahl; Mikle South; James C. McPartland; Martha D. Kaiser; Robert T. Schultz
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry Vol. 53, No. 12 (December 2012) pp. 1259–1267
Background: Although impaired social-emotional ability is a hallmark of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the perceptual skills and mediating strategies contributing to the social deficits of autism are not well understood. A perceptual skill that is...