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eText: 
ISBN-13 9780133548891ISBN-10 0133548899
Print: 
ISBN-10 0-13-348849-7ISBN-13 978-0-13-348849-4
Author(s): Laura Bowden Carpenter; Linda B. Johnston; Lawrence A. Beard
Publisher: Pearson
Copyright year: © 2015 Pages: 224
Description

For courses in Assistive Technology, and Technology in Special Education. Appropriate as either a core or supplementary text

Designed to provide useful information and strategies for candidates in teacher education programs and practicing educators, the text also provides any interested individuals with a useful background in the application of assistive technology in various settings.

A definitive introduction to and overview of the knowledge and skills needed to determine the appropriate use of assistive technology and services to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities

This guide provides useful information and strategies on choosing and using the most appropriate technology and services for individuals with disabilities. Updated to reflect the most recent assistive technology (AT) beneficial to children, youth, and adults with disabilities—including links to websites of current, up-to-date AT devices—the book is the ideal introduction to and overview of the field. The new edition features invaluable information for educators who are preparing students with disabilities to meet the challenges of both postsecondary education and post-employment opportunities; a focus on AT for students on the Autism Spectrum; and information on the Common Core State Standards, the use of AT that allows access and progress within the CCSS for students with disabilities and students who are English language learners, and tablet computer and apps for AT.

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