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The Resource Communication technology for students in special education and gifted programs, Joan E. Aitken, Joy Pedego Fairley and Judith K. Carlson, editors, (electronic resource)

Communication technology for students in special education and gifted programs, Joan E. Aitken, Joy Pedego Fairley and Judith K. Carlson, editors, (electronic resource)

Label
Communication technology for students in special education and gifted programs
Title
Communication technology for students in special education and gifted programs
Statement of responsibility
Joan E. Aitken, Joy Pedego Fairley and Judith K. Carlson, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This book collects ideas about new communication technologies and innovative ways of using them to enhance education for students with exceptionalities, offering case studies based on the experiences and expertise of the teachers, researchers, and other professionals who have used them"--Provided by publisher
Additional physical form
Also available in print
Dewey number
371.9
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Aitken, Joan E
  • Fairley, Joy Pedego
  • Carlson, Judith K
  • IGI Global
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  • Gifted children
  • Learning disabled
Target audience
  • adult
  • specialized
Label
Communication technology for students in special education and gifted programs, Joan E. Aitken, Joy Pedego Fairley and Judith K. Carlson, editors, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
black and white
Contents
  • 1. An overview of inclusive education in the United States / Mokter Hossain -- 2. Technology to facilitate the general education curriculum / Cindy K. Sherman and Susan De La Paz -- 3. Integrated technology for culturally competent communication in urban schools / Maura Wechsler Linas and Joan E. Aitken -- 4. Understanding students with special needs self-disclosure in Internet chat rooms: applying the communication privacy management theory to Internet communications / Narissra Maria Punyanunt-Carter and Stacy L. Carter -- 5. Using spatial constructivist thinking theory to enhance classroom instruction for students with special needs / Prince Hycy Bull -- 6. Wheelchairs as assistive technology: what a special educator should know / Judy L. Carroll -- 7. Trial and error with assistive, accessible, augmentative technology / Arthur W. Blaser -- 8. Voice/speech recognition software: a discussion of the promise for success and practical suggestions for implementation / Andrew Kitchenham and Doug Bowes -- 9. A guide to assistive technology for teachers in special education / Harris Wang -- 10. Assistive technology: a tool for inclusion / Mary Spillane -- 11. The student with complex education needs: assistive and augmentative information and communication technology in a ten-week music program / Helen J. Farrell -- 12. Communication technology integration in the content areas for students with high-incidence disabilities: a case study of one school system / Anna S. Evmenova and Michael M. Behrmann --
  • 13. Signage as a classroom prompt: an evidence-based practice? / Ian J. Loverro David J. Majsterek and David N. Shorr -- 14. Using social bookmarking to make online resources more accessible / Stein Brunvand -- 15. Reflections on teaching students with special needs in an online master's program / Lora Cohn -- 16. Using tactile prompts to increase social-communicative skills with children with autism / Judah B. Axe -- 17. Personal reflections on the educational potential and future of closed captioning on the Web / Sean Zdenek -- 18. Parental communication about the needs of their children: as expressed in an online support group / Joan E. Aitken -- 19. Are you SMARTer than a SMART Board?: How to effectively use this technology tool to communicate in a classroom with a diverse group of learners / Mandi Sonnenberg -- 20. Reading by listening: access to books in audio format for college students with print disabilities / Marni Gail Jones, Christopher L. Schwilk and David F. Bateman -- 21. Integrating accessible multiplication games into inclusive classrooms / Cindy L. Anderson -- 22. Do you see what i'm saying?: Ultrasound technology as a tool for pronunciation instruction / Bryan Meadows -- 23. What do you do with a digital pen? / Judith K. Carlson -- 24. Communication technologies for instructional use: linear and nonlinear tools contributing to student learning / Seok Kang -- 25. Teaching what we don't know: failing to adequately prepare teachers to use technology for the benefit of students with special needs / Joy E. Harris -- 26. Ten hot assistive tech websites that you won't want to miss / Alex Thompson
Control code
00050528
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
electronic texts (331 p.)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text purchasers
Isbn
9781609608798
Isbn Type
(ebook)
Other control number
10.4018/978-1-60960-878-1
Other physical details
digital files
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CaBNVSL)gtp00548846
  • (OCoLC)807846602
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web
Label
Communication technology for students in special education and gifted programs, Joan E. Aitken, Joy Pedego Fairley and Judith K. Carlson, editors, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
black and white
Contents
  • 1. An overview of inclusive education in the United States / Mokter Hossain -- 2. Technology to facilitate the general education curriculum / Cindy K. Sherman and Susan De La Paz -- 3. Integrated technology for culturally competent communication in urban schools / Maura Wechsler Linas and Joan E. Aitken -- 4. Understanding students with special needs self-disclosure in Internet chat rooms: applying the communication privacy management theory to Internet communications / Narissra Maria Punyanunt-Carter and Stacy L. Carter -- 5. Using spatial constructivist thinking theory to enhance classroom instruction for students with special needs / Prince Hycy Bull -- 6. Wheelchairs as assistive technology: what a special educator should know / Judy L. Carroll -- 7. Trial and error with assistive, accessible, augmentative technology / Arthur W. Blaser -- 8. Voice/speech recognition software: a discussion of the promise for success and practical suggestions for implementation / Andrew Kitchenham and Doug Bowes -- 9. A guide to assistive technology for teachers in special education / Harris Wang -- 10. Assistive technology: a tool for inclusion / Mary Spillane -- 11. The student with complex education needs: assistive and augmentative information and communication technology in a ten-week music program / Helen J. Farrell -- 12. Communication technology integration in the content areas for students with high-incidence disabilities: a case study of one school system / Anna S. Evmenova and Michael M. Behrmann --
  • 13. Signage as a classroom prompt: an evidence-based practice? / Ian J. Loverro David J. Majsterek and David N. Shorr -- 14. Using social bookmarking to make online resources more accessible / Stein Brunvand -- 15. Reflections on teaching students with special needs in an online master's program / Lora Cohn -- 16. Using tactile prompts to increase social-communicative skills with children with autism / Judah B. Axe -- 17. Personal reflections on the educational potential and future of closed captioning on the Web / Sean Zdenek -- 18. Parental communication about the needs of their children: as expressed in an online support group / Joan E. Aitken -- 19. Are you SMARTer than a SMART Board?: How to effectively use this technology tool to communicate in a classroom with a diverse group of learners / Mandi Sonnenberg -- 20. Reading by listening: access to books in audio format for college students with print disabilities / Marni Gail Jones, Christopher L. Schwilk and David F. Bateman -- 21. Integrating accessible multiplication games into inclusive classrooms / Cindy L. Anderson -- 22. Do you see what i'm saying?: Ultrasound technology as a tool for pronunciation instruction / Bryan Meadows -- 23. What do you do with a digital pen? / Judith K. Carlson -- 24. Communication technologies for instructional use: linear and nonlinear tools contributing to student learning / Seok Kang -- 25. Teaching what we don't know: failing to adequately prepare teachers to use technology for the benefit of students with special needs / Joy E. Harris -- 26. Ten hot assistive tech websites that you won't want to miss / Alex Thompson
Control code
00050528
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
electronic texts (331 p.)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text purchasers
Isbn
9781609608798
Isbn Type
(ebook)
Other control number
10.4018/978-1-60960-878-1
Other physical details
digital files
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CaBNVSL)gtp00548846
  • (OCoLC)807846602
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web

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