Technology, Curriculum, and Professional Development: Adapting Schools to Meet the Needs of Students With Disabilities

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Overview

The authors examine current technology usage for students with disabilities and the successes and obstacles for special education technology implementation.

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Editorial Reviews

January 2002, vol. 39, no. 5 - C. Grissom
"…the volume will benefit researchers and those involved in the implementation of technology for students with disabilities."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761977421
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 12/15/2000
  • Pages: 264
  • Product dimensions: 7.04 (w) x 10.52 (h) x 0.83 (d)

Table of Contents

About the Editors
About the Contributors
Introduction - David B. Malouf
Special Education Technology and the Field of Dreams
1. No Easy Answer - John Woodward, Deborah Gallagher, and Herbert Reith
The Instructional Effectiveness of Technology for Students with Disabilities
2. It Can't Hurt - Bonnie Todis
Implementing AAC Technology in the Classroom for Students with Severe and Multiple Disabilities
3. Preparing Future Citizens - Cynthia M. Okolo and Ralp P. Ferretti
Technology-Supported, Project-Based Learning in the Social Studies
4. Classwide Peer Tutoring Program - Charles R. Greenwood, Liang-Shye Hou, Joseph Delquadri, Barbara J. Terry, and Carmen Arreaga-Mayer
A Learning Management System
5. Sustaining a Curriculum Innovation - Judith M. Zorfass
Cases of Make It Happen!
6. Technology Implementation in Special Education - Charles A. Mac Arthur
Understanding Teachers' Beliefs, Plans and Decisions
7. Why Are Most Teachers Infrequent and Restrained Users of Computers in Their Classrooms? - Larry Cuban
8. Designing Technology Professional Development Programs - Edward Blackhurst
9. The Construction of Knowledge in a Collaborative Community - Carol Sue Englert and Yong Zhao
Reflections on Three Projects
10. The Rise and Fall of the Community Transition Team Model - Andrew S. Halpern and Michael R. Benz
11. How Does Technology Support a Special Education Agenda? Using What We Have Learned to Inform the Future - Marleen C. Pugach and Cynthia L. Warger
Index

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