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Bridges, Shannon A.; Robinson, Olivia P.; Stewart, Elizabeth W.; Kwon, Dongjin; Mutua, Kagendo – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2020
Independent living is recognized as a marker of adulthood. For individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, however, the need for continued support in completing daily living tasks reduces the likelihood of achieving independence in this domain. Barriers to living independently include increased dependence on family and support…
Descriptors: Simulated Environment, Computer Simulation, Teaching Methods, Daily Living Skills
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Anderson, Susan E.; Putman, Rebecca S. – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2020
This study investigated the perspectives of elementary special education teachers regarding integrating technology into lessons. Eight special education teachers at a private university laboratory school, who varied in their levels of teaching experience and confidence with using technology, participated in the study. We interviewed each teacher…
Descriptors: Special Education, Special Education Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Experience
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Randall, Kristina N.; Johnson, Friggita; Adams, Simone E.; Kiss, Christopher W.; Ryan, Joseph B. – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2020
Individuals with intellectual disabilities (ID) often experience a combination of both intellectual and adaptive functioning deficits that impact conceptual, social, and practical domains. These deficits can negatively impact an individual's ability to achieve independence and sustained employment. Fortunately, research has shown assistive…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Assistive Technology, Job Skills
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Randolph, Kathleen M.; Duffy, Mary Lou; Brady, Michael P.; Wilson, Cynthia L.; Scheeler, Mary Catherine – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2020
Coaching in the school setting typically follows the traditional format of preconference, observe, and postconference, where feedback on teaching performance is shared but often delayed. Professional development (PD) provides teachers with skills to enhance their teaching practice with little to no follow-up or support. The most effective way to…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Faculty Development, Feedback (Response), Technology Uses in Education
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Bouck, Emily C.; Mathews, Leslie A.; Peltier, Corey – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2020
Manipulatives offer students with disabilities access and support in classrooms. However, it is important for educators to be aware that concrete manipulatives are not the only option. Teachers serving students identified with a disability in the middle grades may consider selecting virtual manipulatives as supplement, complement, or in lieu of…
Descriptors: Manipulative Materials, Students with Disabilities, Middle School Students, Computer Simulation
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Chebli, Sabine Saade; Lanovaz, Marc J.; Dufour, Marie-Michèle – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2019
The purpose of our study was to compare the effectiveness of tablet- and instructor-delivered teaching (i.e., prompting and reinforcement) on the receptive identification of one-word concepts in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). To this end, we embedded a multielement design within a multiple probe design to compare the effectiveness…
Descriptors: Handheld Devices, Telecommunications, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Kaczorowski, Tara L.; Hashey, Andrew I.; Di Cesare, Dane Marco – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2019
In the present study, mobile technology was leveraged as a learning tool for core math instruction during a whole number multiplication and division unit. The researchers redesigned paper--pencil worksheets from the math curriculum into multimedia-enhanced, interactive math practice (the eWorkbook) accessed by students on an iPad. With this…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Multimedia Instruction, Student Diversity, Mathematics Instruction
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Lim, Zihyun; Lee, Suk-Hyang – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2019
This study was to investigate the effects of a process-based approach to writing interview articles using class-wide social network site (SNS) on the writing abilities and self-esteem of middle school students with intellectual disabilities. It also aimed at investigating these effects on attitudes of the students' peers who were interviewed. A…
Descriptors: Process Approach (Writing), Writing Processes, Writing Instruction, Social Media
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Aljehany, Mashal Salman; Bennett, Kyle D. – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2019
We conducted a meta-analysis of the single-case research design data on the effects of video prompting (VP) on the acquisition of daily living skills (DLS) among individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). An analysis of potential moderators was conducted, and these included VP implemented alone versus VP with additional response prompting or…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Prompting, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Park, Jiyoon; Bouck, Emily; Duenas, Ana – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2019
A popular technology-based intervention is video-based instruction (VBI). VBI is known to be effective in teaching various skills to individuals with intellectual disability. Although many researchers have taught this population various skills using video modeling and/or prompting, none have conducted a literature review for this population. The…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Modeling (Psychology), Teaching Methods, Intellectual Disability
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Evmenova, Anya S.; Graff, Heidi J.; Genaro Motti, Vivian; Giwa-Lawal, Kudirat; Zheng, Hui – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2019
In response to the increasing number of young adults with intellectual and development disability (IDD) in inclusive postsecondary settings, a wearable technology application was designed to support students' learning, participation, and independence. This article describes the design research process leading to the development of the technology…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Assistive Technology, Intervention, Young Adults
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Babb, Salena; Gormley, Jessica; McNaughton, David; Light, Janice – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2019
Adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often require support both for learning new skills and for communication. This study used a multiple baseline across activities design to evaluate the effect of videos with integrated visual scene displays (video VSDs), presented using a tablet-based app, on the percentage of steps completed…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Video Technology
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Riden, Benjamin S.; Markelz, Andrew M.; Randolph, Kathleen M. – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2019
Teachers in special education classrooms often struggle with classroom management. In response, many educators are looking for technological solutions to assist in promoting positive classroom environments. Electronic behavior management programs (eBMPs) use strategies based in research that are shown to reduce challenging behavior and encourage…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Classroom Techniques, Technology Uses in Education, Students with Disabilities
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Sublett, Cameron; Chang, Yi-Chun – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2019
Students with disabilities (SWDs) continue to experience rates of high school dropout greater than students not receiving special education services. Furthermore, there is a persistent gap in the rates of high school completion among students with and without disabilities. While criticized for lowering standards and learning, online learning…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Students with Disabilities, High School Students, Special Education
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Young, Mary Cece; Courtad, Carrie Anna; Douglas, Karen H.; Chung, Yun-Ching – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2019
This study investigated the effectiveness of text-to-speech (TTS) on the outcomes of reading comprehension and oral reading fluency (ORF) for four secondary students with learning disabilities. The researchers used a single-case A-B-A-B withdrawal design to evaluate the effectiveness of TTS on reading outcomes. All participants scored higher on…
Descriptors: Assistive Technology, Students with Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Reading Difficulties
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