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Journal of Special Education Technology

1987 Volume 8, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Developmental Changes in Micro-Educational Environments for Learning Handicapped and Non-Learning Handicapped Elementary School Students

    Merith A. Cosden & Melvyn I. Semmel

    Over 100 resource rooms, mainstreamed classes, and special day classes for learning handicapped students were observed in a longitudinal study of Micro-Educational Environments (MEEs) and... More

    pp. 1-13

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  2. Using Computers with Curriculum-Based Monitoring: Effects on Teacher Efficiency and Satisfaction

    Lynn S. Fuchs

    Twenty special education teachers of learning disabled or emotionally disturbed elementary students were assessed on teacher efficiency and satisfaction in using curriculum-based student... More

    pp. 14-27

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  3. Using Computer Networking for Feedback

    John Woodward

    Two studies involving 27 learning-disabled middle-school students and 30 mildly handicapped junior high students investigated use of Teacher Net, a computer networking system that facilitates... More

    pp. 28-35

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  4. The Effects of Microcomputers on the Secondary Special Education Classroom Ecology

    Herbert Rieth

    This study compared 52 resource room programs for mildly mentally handicapped, learning disabled, and severely emotionally disturbed secondary students, which used or did not use microcomputers.... More

    pp. 36-45

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