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Assistive Technology in the Classroom : Enhancing the School Experiences of Students with Disabilities

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With an emphasis on theintegration of assistive technology into the curriculum, this text focuses on how assistive technology can be used in schools to enhance the teaching and learning of students with disabilities. This link between technology and teaching and learning drives the bookrs"s organization as well as its content. It is organized byschool-related tasksthat students must perform on a daily basis to be successful -- reading, writing, practicing academic skills, and communicating with their teachers and peers and presents descriptions of technology-based solutions to the obstacles students with disabilities face in completing these tasks. Since being able to access computers is one major barrier, the text features a section on making computers accessible to students with a wide range of disabilities. A companion web site offers up-to-date information on product names, vendors, web site addresses, and other time-sensitive material.

Author Biography

Amy G. Dell is chairperson of the Department of Special Education, Language, and Literacy at The College of New Jersey.

Table of Contents

Benefits of Computer Use in Special Education
Introduction to Text and to Assistive Technology
Computer as a Writing Tool and Organizing Tool
Computer as a Reading Tool
Computer as an Instructional Tool Enhancing Teaching & Learning
Enhancing Communication
Access to Computers
Providing Access to Computers Using What You Have:
Assistive Technology for Computer Access:
Issues in Selection of Access Method(s)
Augmentative Communication
Issues in Selecting/Designing a Studentrsquo;s Augmentative Communication System
Low-Tech Approaches to Teaching Early Communication & Emergent Literacy
Integrating Augmentative Communication in the Classroom
Making It Happen
Implementation of Assistive Technology in P-12 Schools
Implementation of Assistive Technology in College
Web Access
Assistive Technology in Daily Living Epilogue
Whatrsquo;s on the Horizon?
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