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Integrating Technology into the Standard Curriculum
Research Connections
Fall 1998

Contacts and Resources

If you would like to know more about the research referenced in this issue, you can contact the following individuals and organizations by "snail mail," telephone, or e-mail, or by using the URLs provided. Nell Bailey
RESNA
1700 N. Moore Street
Suite 1540
Arlington, VA 22209
703-524-6686
e-mail: nbailey@resna.org

Gayl Bowser
Oregon Technology Access Program
1871 NE Stephens
Roseburg, OR 97470
541-440-4791
e-mail: gaylb@douglasesd.k12.or.us

Carol Sue Englert
College of Education
334 Erickson Hall
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824
517-355-1835
e-mail: carolsue@msu.edu

ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
The Council for Exceptional Children
1920 Association Drive
Reston, VA 20191-1589
703-620-3660
e-mail: webmaster@hoagiesgifted.org

National Association of State Directors of Special Education
1800 Diagonal Road
Suite 320
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-519-3800
Contact NASDSE

Kathleen Powers/ Kathleen Fries
MaineCITE Project
Maine Department of Education
46 University Drive
Augusta, ME
207-287-5950
e-mail: kpowers@doe.k12.me.us

John Woodward
University of Puget Sound
1500 N. Warner/Jones Hall #007
Tacoma, WA 98406
253-756-3793
e-mail: woodward@ups.edu

Judith Zorfass
Education Development Center
55 Chapel Street 
Newton, MA 02158
(617)969-7100 x 2426
Project Assist Web site: http://www.edc.org/FSC/ASSIST/
Project Assist e-mail: EAtwood@edc.org
 


 
RESOURCES

Bowser, G., & Reed, P. (1995). Education TECH points. Journal of Special Education Technology, 7(4), 325-338.

Chambers, A.C. (1997). Has technology been considered? A guide for IEP teams. Reston, VA: Council of Administrators of Special Education and the Technology and Media Division of The Council for Exceptional Children.

Craver, J.M., & Burton-Radzely, L. (1998). Technology links to literacy. Calverton, MD: Macro International.

Cunningham, L., & Kelly, R.M. (1998). Assistive technology: A handout for teachers. In National Association of School Psychologists (Ed.), Helping Children at Home and School: Handouts from Your School Psychologist. Bethesda, MD: NASP. 

Galvin, J.C., & Scherer, M.J. (1996). Evaluating, selecting, and using appropriate assistive technology. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publishers.

Hauser, J., & Malouf, D.B. (1996). A Federal perspective on special education technology. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 29(5), 504-511.

National School Boards Association (1997). Technology for students with disabilities: A decision-maker's resource guide. Alexandria, VA: author.

Raskind, M. (1996). Assistive technology for children with learning disabilities. San Mateo, CA: Parents' Educational Resource Center.

Woodward, J. (in press). Redoing the numbers: Using technology to enhance mathematical literacy in secondary classrooms. TEACHING Exceptional Children.

Woodward, J., & Baxter, J. (1997). The effects of an innovative approach to mathematics on academically low achieving students in inclusive settings. Exceptional Children, 63(3), 373-388.

Zorfass, J. (1998). Successful Science for Every Student: How Technology Helps (video-based professional development package). Newton, MA: Education Development Center, Inc.

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