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Core Curriculum in Assistive Technology: In-Service for Special Educators and Therapists
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Journal of Special Education Technology Volume 18, Number 2, ISSN 0162-6434

Abstract

This article describes the development of a four-year course sequence in assistive technology (AT). Course participants learned how to assess student needs for AT, what AT devices were available, and how to make decisions within the individualized education program (IEP) team process. Major topical sections were data-gathering frameworks, legal issues, augmentative communication devices, and computer access adaptations and software. (Contains references.) (Author/LC)

Citation

Kara A. Reagon, T.S.H., Lockard, W.C.H.a.J., De La Paz, S., Hernández-Ramos, P., Emily C. Bouck, R.S., Bartlett, W., Cumming, T.M., Rodriguez, C.D., Rivera, C.J., Wood, F.S.a.C.L., Hicks, S.C., De La Paz, S., Hernández-Ramos, P., Emily C. Bouck, R.S., Bartlett, W., Cumming, T.M., Rodriguez, C.D., Rivera, C.J., Wood, F.S.a.C.L., Hicks, S.C., Kara A. Reagon, T.S.H., Lockard, W.C.H.a.J., De La Paz, S., Hernández-Ramos, P., Emily C. Bouck, R.S., Bartlett, W., Cumming, T.M., Rodriguez, C.D., Rivera, C.J., Wood, F.S.a.C.L., Hicks, S.C., Kara A. Reagon, T.S.H., Lockard, W.C.H.a.J., De La Paz, S., Hernández-Ramos, P., Emily C. Bouck, R.S., Bartlett, W., Cumming, T.M., Rodriguez, C.D., Rivera, C.J., Wood, F.S.a.C.L., Hicks, S.C. & Dissinger, F.K. (2003). Core Curriculum in Assistive Technology: In-Service for Special Educators and Therapists. Journal of Special Education Technology, 18(2), 35-45. Retrieved October 23, 2019 from .

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