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Anabel Moriña; Rafael Carballo; Ana Castellano-Beltran – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
This systematic review explores the benefits and difficulties of using technology for the learning of university students with disabilities in both face-to-face and distance learning. Three databases were searched: ERIC, Scopus and Web of Science. The review included 14 articles that met all the inclusion criteria. All the included articles were…
Descriptors: Journal Articles, College Students, College Faculty, Students with Disabilities
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Adam Carreon; Caitlin Criss; Maggie Mosher – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
Virtual reality (VR) is an innovative technology that is rapidly gaining popularity in and out of the classroom. With improvements in hardware and software technology and the push for one-to-one computing, teachers have access to innovative VR supports and resources. These innovative technologies have the potential to improve instruction for…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Students with Disabilities, Technology Uses in Education, Student Motivation
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Elizabeth C. Danielson; Matthew J. Smith; Brittany Ross; Kari Sherwood; Justin D. Smith; Marc Atkins; Neil Jordan – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
Virtual Reality Job Interview Training (VR-JIT) and Virtual Interview Training for Transition Age Youth (VIT-TAY) demonstrated initial effectiveness at increasing employment among transition-age youth with disabilities engaged in pre-employment transition services. We characterized activities and estimated the labor and non-labor costs required to…
Descriptors: Employment Interviews, Computer Simulation, Virtual Classrooms, Training
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Gulnoza Yakubova; Briella Baer Chen; Monerah N. Al-Dubayan; Stuti Gupta – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of an online multi-component intervention (video modeling, virtual manipulatives, digital games, self-monitoring and least to most prompting techniques) on the acquisition of several mathematical skills of two autistic elementary school students. We used a multiple probe design of a single-case…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Educational Technology, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Manipulative Materials
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Ryan O. Kellems; Melissa Steinburg; Damon Bahr; Blake D. Hansen – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
There is a growing body of research that suggests that video-based interventions, such as video modeling and video prompting, are effective tools for teaching academic skills to struggling learners. This study used a single subject, multiple-baseline-across-subjects design to evaluate whether a video-prompting intervention could effectively assist…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Tablet Computers, Mathematics Instruction, Multiplication
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Christan Grygas Coogle; Sloan O. Storie; Clarissa Bunch Wade; Sarah A. Nagro; Katherine Mitchem – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
We used a multi-method design to determine the quality of technology-enhanced performance-based peer feedback, teacher candidate strategy use, and child behaviors over time. We also explored teacher candidates' perceived social validity of technology-enhanced performance-based peer feedback. Eleven teacher candidates enrolled in an early childhood…
Descriptors: Technology Integration, Feedback (Response), Peer Relationship, Preservice Teachers
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Samantha A. Gesel; Jared H. Stewart-Ginsburg; Erin K. Washburn; Corinne R. Kingsbery; Jocelyn H. Lev; Rachel Brooks; Hayley Owen – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
The COVID-19 pandemic altered the ways that teacher educators could provide teacher candidates (TCs) with clinically-rich opportunities to build TCs' skills and self-efficacy related to teaching reading. The purpose of this qualitative study was to investigate the experiences of 19 TCs who participated in a semester-long virtual reading tutoring…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Reading Instruction, Intervention, Electronic Learning
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Chu-Lung Wu; Yi-Hsuan Tsai – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
Training functional living skills is crucial for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDDs) because they are directly related to their independence. The aim of this study was to explore the effect of an augmented reality (AR)-based video prompting (VP) teaching model on the learning of functional living skills among…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Daily Living Skills, Students with Disabilities, Intellectual Disability
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Gamze Inci; Hasan Köse – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
This study analyzes information accumulated in WoS databases on special education and technology with bibliometric methods. Bibliometric analyses, seen as an alternative to systematic literature reviews, meta-analysis, and meta-synthesis, contribute to determining essential actors in the field by analyzing the publication and citation trends, the…
Descriptors: Special Education, Educational Technology, Educational Research, Technology Uses in Education
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Scott McNamara; Ali Brian; Matthew Patey; Melissa Bittner – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
Children with visual impairments (VI) have numerous and well-documented health disparities that negatively impact their quality of life. Although physical education should serve as an avenue to reduce these disparities, physical educators often report being unprepared to work with children with VI. Physical education undergraduate programs also…
Descriptors: Audio Equipment, Preservice Teachers, Physical Education Teachers, Adapted Physical Education
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Busra Yilmaz Yenioglu; Samed Yenioglu; Kubra Sayar; Funda Ergulec – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
Augmented reality has the potential to give students a unique experience, including when teaching science subjects. The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of an augmented reality-based intervention in teaching "Solar Systems and Planets" to four students with learning disabilities. The dependent variable was the…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Students with Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Intervention
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Joseph R. Boyle; Latesha Watson; Hannah E. Robinson – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
The purpose of this article is to describe how to teach students to use smartpens to record notes in their classes. Notetaking is a complex cognitive process that requires students to listen, process, organize, and record notes, while dealing with the temporal demands of trying to record notes fast enough to keep up with the teacher. Fortunately…
Descriptors: Students with Disabilities, Electronic Equipment, Inclusion, Notetaking
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Sarah N. Douglas; Ryan Bowles; Joshua Plavnick; Tiantian Sun; Sarah M. Dunkel-Jackson; Atikah Bagawan – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
The development of communication is a fundamental part of early childhood. Yet many students with disabilities require supports such as augmentative and alternative communication to develop communication skills. Teachers and paraeducators play key roles in supporting communication for these students, but often lack effective and accessible…
Descriptors: Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Students with Disabilities, Communication Skills, Intervention
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Jiyeon Park; Diane P. Bryant; Mikyung Shin – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
This study investigates the effects of a synchronous online intervention that explicitly taught equivalent fractions using virtual manipulatives to fifth-grade students with learning disabilities. Employing a multiple probe across participants single-case design, this study provided 15 fraction lessons via video conferencing programs to three…
Descriptors: Program Effectiveness, Intervention, Educational Technology, Manipulative Materials
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Fabian Gunnars – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2024
Digital technology in primary education can both be distracting and increase attentiveness. Many students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) have difficulties with skills that address attention, and teachers are expected to provide support. Such skills are referred to as Executive Function (EF) in neuroscience, relating to self-regulation,…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Attention, Executive Function, Self Control
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