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2009 Volume 17, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Assistive Technology Approaches for Large-Scale Assessment: Perceptions of Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments

    Christopher Johnstone, Martha Thurlow, Jason Altman, Joe Timmons & Kentaro Kato

    Assistive technology approaches to aid students with visual impairments are becoming commonplace in schools. These approaches, however, present challenges for assessment because students' level of ... More

    pp. 66-75

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  2. A Low-Technology Strategy for Increasing Engagement of Students with Autism and Significant Learning Needs

    Christi Carnahan, James Basham & Shobana Musti-Rao

    Active engagement is critical to promote learning for students with autism. Although evidence-based strategies exist for promoting engagement for individual students with autism, there are few... More

    pp. 76-87

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  3. Understanding How Adolescents with Reading Difficulties Utilize Technology-Based Tools

    Matthew T. Marino

    This article reports the findings from a study that examined how adolescent students with reading difficulties utilized cognitive tools that were embedded in a technology-based middle school... More

    pp. 88-102

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