ERIC Number: ED435143
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: N/A
TECH-NJ: Technology, Educators, & CHildren with Disabilities--New Jersey, 1996-1998.
TECH-NJ: Technology, Educators, & CHildren with disabilities--New Jersey, v7-10 Win-Fall 1996-98
These six issues of "TECH-NJ" from winter 1997 to fall 1998 focus on technology and children with disabilities in New Jersey. Featured articles include: (1) "Untangling the World Wide Web" (Kathleen Foster and Gerald Quinn); (2) "Combining Technology with Cooperative Learning: The Great Solar System" (Lisa Gregory); (3) "Equal Access = Equal Opportunity" (Leah Best-Damron); (4) "A Troubled Teen Embraces Computers" (Katherine McCandless); (5) "For Beginners: Go Online To Meet New Friends, Find Educational Resources & Explore the World" (Gerald Quinn); (6) "LD Class Joins Balloonin' USA via the Internet" (Kathleen Foster); (7) "Customized Scanning Array for Curriculum Integration" (Amy Stollsteimer); (8) "Everyone Can Create Music" (Donna Williams); (9) "Functional Communication in a Life Skills Class" (Regina Quinn); (10) "Taking Computer Literacy Personally: Creating Cultural Heritage Stacks" (Liesl Oberfeld); (11) "Computers Help a Child Gain Control" (Helene Mann); (12) "Living a Full Life with the Aid of Minspeak(TM)" (Anthony Robert Arnold); (13) "Tech Trek: A Journey into the World of Multimedia" (Kathleen Foster); (14) "Word Prediction Makes the Difference: Learning Disabilities in Middle School" (Danielle Niemann); (15) "Online Treasures To Energize Lesson Planning" (Regina Quinn); (16) "Inclusion: Recommended Sites on the Internet" (Orah Raia); (17) "Story-Telling in ASL and Written English" (Amily Beidelman); (18) "Adventures in Artland: CD-ROM's for the Tortured Artist in Everyone" (Donna Williams); (19) "Selecting Software: Where Do I Begin" (Amy Dell and Anne Disdier); (20) "Technology's Role in the Education of a Blind Student" (Theresa Lupo); (21) "Teachers Work Together To Make Inclusion Happen" (Orah Raia); (22) "Assistive Technology Promotes Rapid Academic Advances" (Gerald Quinn); (23) "Coping with Learning Disabilities" (Maryann Bowne); (24) "Fast Forward(TM): Is the Hype Justified?" (Jean Earle); (25) "The Teachers' Role in Augmentative Communication" (Amy G. Dell and others); (26) "Reforming Teacher Education To Foster Inclusion" (Amy G. Dell); (27) "Technology in Two Professionals' Lives" (Theresa R. Lupo); (28) "Augcomm System Provides a Voice For a Young Child with Autism" (Cynthia Bott); (29) "Software Programs for Speech Therapy" (Orah Raia); and (30) "Choosing Software for the Classroom Music Teacher" (Donna Williams). Each issue also includes reviews of computer software. (CR)
Descriptors: Assistive Devices (for Disabled), Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Communication Aids (for Disabled), Computer Software, Computer Uses in Education, Cooperative Learning, Disabilities, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Hearing Impairments, Inclusive Schools, Learning Disabilities, Music Activities, Speech Therapy, Visual Impairments, World Wide Web
The College of New Jersey, Department of Special Education, P.O. Box 7718, Ewing, NJ 08628-0718. For full text:
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Guides - Non-Classroom; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: New Jersey College, Ewing.
Identifiers - Location: New Jersey