Making Technology Work for Learners with Special Needs: Practical Skills for Teachers

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Pearson/Allyn and Bacon, 2005 - Education - 225 pages
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Helps improve a teacher's computer skills with classroom-relevant hands-on exercises, provides suggestions for using educational software and the Internet in the classroom, and helps instructors learn ways to adapt the computer and curriculum for learners with special needs. Designed as primary text for courses in Special Education Technology taught in Special Education departments, and as supplementary text for courses in Educational Technology taught in Educational Technology or Curriculum & Instruction depts.

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PART THREE Making Adaptations for Learners
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