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Technology for Exceptional Learners Choosing Instructional Tools to Meet Students' Needs

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ISBN-10: 0618073590

ISBN-13: 9780618073597

Edition: 2003

Authors: Sarah Irvine Belson

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This practical, classroom-oriented text helps pre-service and in-service teachers determine how technology can support the education of exceptional students. It examines many types of technology and their applications in meeting specific educational needs, since technological applications can and should be used in different ways with different students. The "Techniques for Your Classroom" feature highlights specific methods that teachers can use to effectively incorporate technology into the classroom. "Choosing Technology by Content Area" is a special section that describes useful technological applications for specific curricular areas, such as reading, mathematics, social studies, and…    
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Book details

List price: $151.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Publication date: 7/23/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

Note: Each chapter concludes with a Summary
Background Knowledge
Principles for Using Technology with Exceptional Learners Technology in Today's Classroom
An Overview of Exceptionalities Technology Tools for Students with Disabilities
Four Core Principles: A Way of Thinking About Technology Use
Selecting Technology for the Classroom Making Choices About Technology: A Framework Web-Based Learning Environments
Selecting Assistive and Adaptive Technologies Location and Number of Computers Collaborating with Specialists
The Students
Technology for Students with Learning Disabilities
The Basics of Learning Disabilities Instructional Techniques
Advantages of Technology for Students with Learning Disabilities
Technology in Content Area
Learning for Students with Exceptionalities
Technology for Students with Developmental Delays
What Are Developmental Delays?
Educational, Social, and Life-Skills
Needs of Students with Developmental Delays
Technology Applications for Students with Developmental Delays
Selecting Developmentally Appropriate Materials
Technology for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
What Are Emotional and Behavioral Disorders?
Types of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders Issues of Identification and Treatment
Teaching Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Academic and Social Problems: A Vicious Cycle Technology Applications for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Using Technology to Assess Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Technology for Students with Communication Disorders
What Are Communication Disorders?
Meeting Needs of Students with Communication Disorders
Technology Applications for Students with Communication Disorders
Different Technologies for Different Students
Technology for Students with Hearing Disabilities
What Are Hearing Disabilities?
Meeting the Needs of Students with Hearing Disabilities
Technology Applications for Students with Hearing Disabilities
Technology for Students with Visual Impairments
What Are Visual Impairments?
Adapting Instruction for Students with Visual Impairments
Technology Applications for Students with Visual Impairments
Technology for Students with Physical Disabilities
What Are Physical Disabilities?
Instructional Adaptations for Students with Physical Impairments Adaptive and Assistive Technology
Technology for Students with Other Disabilities Autism and Related Conditions
Deaf-Blind Impairment Multiple Disabilities
Technology for Students Who Are Gifted and Talented
Defining the Gifted and Talented Student
Educational Approaches for Gifted and Talented Students
Gifted Education and Technology
Technology in Early Childhood Special Education
What Is Early Childhood Special Education?
The Educational Program in ECSE
Technology in ECSE Classrooms (Interchapter Material)
Choosing Technology by Content Area
Reading Writing Mathematics
Keyboarding Logical Thinking
Social Studies Science Social and Life Skills Communication
Tools for Educators
Technology for Managing and Communicating Student
Information Developing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) Communicating with Parents and Students Schoolwide Networks
Principles and Professionalism
A Return to the Principles Keeping Up with the Pace of Change Universal Design and the Issue of Fairness