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TEACHING Exceptional Children Vol. 40, No. 1 (2007) pp. 6–14
This article describes the premises, principles, and processes for integrating TECH into instruction. TECH is an acronym designed for educators to more smoothly integrate technology into instructional activities. It includes four steps: (1) Target...
Effects of Video Adaptations on Comprehension of Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Journal of Special Education Technology Vol. 26, No. 2 (2011) pp. 39–54
This study investigated the effects of alternative narration, highlighted text, picture/word-based captions, and interactive video searching features for improving comprehension of nonfiction academic video clips by students with intellectual and...
Word Prediction Programs with Phonetic Spelling Support: Performance Comparisons and Impact on Journal Writing for Students with Writing Difficulties
Learning Disabilities Research and Practice Vol. 25, No. 4 (November 2010) pp. 170–182
This investigation examined the effects of currently available word prediction software programs that support phonetic/inventive spelling on the quality of journal writing by six students with severe writing and/or spelling difficulties in grades...
Journal of Special Education Technology Vol. 23, No. 2 (2008)
While efforts have been made in the last two decades to educate professionals about the nature of assistive technology (AT) devices, successful implementation of technology is impossible without the support and provision of appropriate AT services....
An Exploratory Study of Universal Design for Teaching Chemistry to Students with and without Disabilities
Margaret E. King-Sears; Todd M. Johnson; Sheri Berkeley; Margaret P. Weiss; Erin E. Peters-Burton; Anya S. Evmenova; Anna Menditto; Jennifer C. Hursh
Learning Disability Quarterly Vol. 38, No. 2 (May 2015) pp. 84–96
In this exploratory study, students in four co-taught high school chemistry classes were randomly assigned to a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) treatment or a comparison condition. Each co-teaching team taught one comparison and treatment class. ...