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Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal

1999 Volume 9, Number 3

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Improving the Writing Skills of Students with Learning Disabilities: Are Word Processors with Spelling and Grammar Checkers Useful?

    Rena B. Lewis, Tamarah M. Ashton, Bonnie Haapa, Candace L. Kieley & Carl Fielden

    A study involving 106 elementary and secondary students with learning disabilities and 97 typical peers found that students who used spelling and grammar checkers were more successful than... More

    pp. 87-98

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  2. Technology the Lab School Way: A Multisensory Empowering Experience for Students with Severe Learning Disabilities and ADHD

    Sally L. Smith & Sarah E. Irvine

    Discusses the experiential learning and arts-based approach of the Lab School of Washington, DC, and describes projects that use technology as a valuable tool in teaching students with learning... More

    pp. 99-105

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