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Schumaker, Jean B.; Walsh, Lisa D.; Fisher, Joseph B. – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
The effects of an interactive multimedia (IM) software program for teaching comma strategies to students with learning disabilities (LD) were determined with regard to the students' sentence-editing and sentence-construction skills. Students with LD at the middle-school and high-school levels were randomly selected in their intact cohorts for the…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Multimedia Instruction, Courseware, Mastery Learning
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Smith, Matthew J.; Smith, Justin D.; Jordan, Neil; Sherwood, Kari; McRobert, Erin; Ross, Brittany; Oulvey, Eugene A.; Atkins, Marc – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
This study reports the results of a single-arm, noncontrolled, Type 3 hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial evaluating virtual reality job interview training (VR-JIT) delivered in five preemployment transition programs comprising 15 schools, 10 administrators, 23 teachers, and 279 youth ages 16-21 years receiving special education…
Descriptors: Employment Interviews, Computer Simulation, Training Methods, Transitional Programs
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Nieves, Kathryn – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
With emphasis placed on the least restrictive learning environments under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), students with disabilities are often placed in general education classrooms. As a result, the discussion of inclusion strategies has increased in special education. The rise in 1:1 device initiatives offers the…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Students with Disabilities, Regular and Special Education Relationship, Educational Technology
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Carrero, Kelly M.; Fuller, Marcus C. – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
Mobile technology provides increasingly accessible and normative tools for communication that does not require intelligible oral expression. For adolescents with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and complex communication needs, mobile technology presents opportunities for inclusive social experiences and additional modalities for communicating with…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Telecommunications
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Pennington, Robert C.; Stanger, Carol; Mims, Pamela J.; Kirkman, Celeste; Aldridge, Scott; Stanley, Melissa; Chapman, Sarah – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
In the current investigation, we evaluated the effects of technology-based instructional prototype in teaching eight students with extensive support needs to construct sentences. We employed a concurrent multiple probe research design and determined that the package was effective for seven of the participants. Further, teachers reported favorable…
Descriptors: Students with Disabilities, Special Education, Assistive Technology, Sentences
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Long, Holly M.; Bouck, Emily C.; Jakubow, Larissa N. – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
A large number of students with and without disabilities--including students at-risk--are currently learning online through synchronous and/or asynchronous instruction. As such, it is important for educators to be equipped with evidence-based practices--or at the minimum research-based practices--that can be adapted or modified to teach students…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Online Courses, Teaching Methods, Students with Disabilities
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Romig, John Elwood; Alves, Kat D. – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
Teacher-provided opportunities to respond are a powerful strategy for improving behavior and academic outcomes of students with disabilities. However, online instruction makes opportunities to respond more challenging to implement. For the purposes of this article, online teaching refers to synchronous instruction taking place via video…
Descriptors: Web Based Instruction, Student Reaction, Synchronous Communication, Videoconferencing
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Speight, Renee; Kucharczyk, Suzanne – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
High-levels of classroom engagement and on-task behavior have been linked to positive outcomes for students. In traditional classroom settings when levels of on-task behaviors are low, teacher integration of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) can facilitate improvement in student engagement. PBIS strategies such as creating clear…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Behavior Modification, Positive Behavior Supports, Students with Disabilities
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Cesare, Dane Marco Di; Kaczorowski, Tara; Hashey, Andrew – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
Whether to embrace "flipped" pedagogy or to problem solve during a pandemic, many teachers utilize video to deliver instruction to students. Watching a video can be a passive activity without a person or a tool to facilitate active engagement. As a result, many teachers find the need to look for tools, methods, and platforms to engage…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Direct Instruction, Learner Engagement, Interactive Video
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Cox, Sarah K.; Root, Jenny R.; Gilley, Deidre – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
The Pandemic has required teachers to find ways to provide high-quality instruction in a virtual format. Video-based instruction (VBI) is a version of technology-aided instruction that has been effectively used in classrooms to improve mathematical outcomes for students with disabilities. This manuscript describes how a special education teacher…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Video Technology, Teaching Methods, Special Education Teachers
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Katz, Sarah – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
Students with developmental disabilities and communication delays, particularly autism spectrum disorder (ASD), participate in academic instruction through a continuum of services and environments. This includes the use of web-conferencing and screen-sharing platforms to deliver instruction across a variety of settings. The use of systematic…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Videoconferencing, Prompting, Students with Disabilities
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Rao, Kavita; Torres, Caroline; Smith, Sean J. – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2021
In online and blended learning environments, students may experience learning barriers that are more pronounced than in the traditional classroom. When designing online instruction, teachers can use digital tools along with instructional strategies to reduce those barriers. Digital tools have various instructional and assistive features, which can…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Students with Disabilities, Online Courses
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Shanley, Lina; Strand Cary, Mari; Turtura, Jessica; Clarke, Ben; Sutherland, Marah; Pilger, Marissa – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2020
Students who demonstrate mathematics difficulties (MDs) in the early grades are at risk of poor educational outcomes. Fortunately, strategic early mathematics intervention programs can improve academic outcomes for students with MDs, and instructional technology has demonstrated promise in delivering targeted and individualized mathematics…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Learning Problems, Teaching Methods, At Risk Students
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Raley, Sheida K.; Shogren, Karrie A.; Rifenbark, Graham G.; Anderson, Mark H.; Shaw, Leslie A. – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2020
The Self-Determination Inventory: Student Report (SDI: SR) was developed to measure the self-determination of adolescents and was recently validated for students aged 13-22 with and without disabilities across diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds. The SDI: SR is aligned Causal Agency Theory and its theoretical conceptualizations of self-determined…
Descriptors: Testing, Self Determination, Scores, Students with Disabilities
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Green, Katherine B.; Stuckey, Adrienne; Towson, Jacqueline A.; Robbins, Sandra H.; Bucholz, Jessica L. – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2020
In undergraduate college courses, assignments designed to showcase preservice teacher learning traditionally include classroom presentations, papers, projects, and tests. Often, these activities do not translate into permanent products that will be utilized outside the course. The purpose of this pilot study was to investigate the effects of…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Undergraduate Students, Special Education Teachers, Video Technology
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