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Microcomputer Use in Educational Programs for Mildly Handicapped Students


Preventing School Failure Volume 34, Number 2,


The study attempts to identify critical issues in the implementation of microcomputers in special education through an indepth description of microcomputer use with mildly handicapped students in one school district. Few teachers had yet developed a stable pattern of computer use. Problems of access, training, and curriculum integration were identified. (DB)


MacArthur, C.A. & Malouf, D.B. (1990). Microcomputer Use in Educational Programs for Mildly Handicapped Students. Preventing School Failure, 34(2), 39-44. Retrieved June 18, 2021 from .

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