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  Volume 127, Number 5, September 1982

Table of Contents

Foreword

pp. 468-471
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Introduction: Microcomputers: Macro-Learning for the Hearing Impaired

pp. 472-475
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The Computer—A Technology that Breaks the "Sound" Barrier

pp. 476-482
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Microcomputer Reading Comprehension Improvement Program for the Deaf

pp. 483-486
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CAI At CSDF: Organizational Strategies

pp. 487-494
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Mathematics Software, A Computer Lab, and the Hearing Impaired

pp. 495-504
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Modification of the QUEST Questionnaire for Use with Hearing-Impaired Students Using the Nebraska Career Information System

pp. 505-507
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Implementing Computer Assisted Instruction in a School: An Administrator's Perspective

pp. 508-511
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Putting Microcomputer Technology to Work for Our Hearing-Impaired Students

pp. 512-521
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The Apple Microcomputer in School Learning Centers

pp. 522-528
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Early Reading in Young Deaf Children Using Microcomputer Technology

pp. 529-535
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CAI at CSDF: Microcomputer-Based Authoring Systems

pp. 536-545
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Personal Computing to Aid the Handicapped--The Johns Hopkins National Search: New Horizons

pp. 546-549
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Telephone Communication for the Deaf

pp. 550-555
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Deafsign: A Series of Computerized Instructional Programs for the Teaching of Sign Language

pp. 556-558
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The Use of a Pocket Computer as an Aid for the Deaf

pp. 559-563
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Lip-Reader Trainer: Teaching Aid for the Hearing Impaired

pp. 564-568
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The Videodisc Meets the Microcomputer

pp. 569-572
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The California Connection: Interfacing a Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TDD) and an Apple Computer

pp. 573-584
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Application of Task Analysis to the Design of CAI Programs

pp. 585-590
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The Microcomputer as an Administrative/Educational Tool in Education of the Hearing Impaired

pp. 591-601
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Do I Have to Go to Recess? Electronic Supplements in Language Instruction

pp. 602-608
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Personalizing the Personal Computer for Your School

pp. 609-612
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CAI as a Supplement in a Mainstreamed Hearing-Impaired Program

pp. 613-616
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Students: Handle with C.A.R.E.* * (Computer Assisted Remediation and Enrichment)

pp. 617-624
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The Development of Your Own Programs for the Microcomputer—A Process Approach

pp. 625-630
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Computers Help Teachers Too!

pp. 631-637
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The Test of Syntactic Abilities and Microcomputers

pp. 638-644
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Energy and the Environment: An Approach to Teaching Modeling That Breaks the Hearing-Impaired Student's "Limits to Growth"

pp. 645-651
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Selected Applications of Computer-Assisted Video Instruction in the Education of Hearing-Impaired Students

pp. 652-658
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MELBORP (Math Drill and Practice)

pp. 659-664
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Microcomputers and Severely Handicapped Students: Are We Overbidding Our Hand?

pp. 665-672
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A National Microcomputer-Software Survey of Current Microcomputer Usage in Schools for the Hearing Impaired

pp. 673-683
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Educational Media Production Project for the Hearing Impaired: Project Update

pp. 684-689
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The Computer as a Creative Educational Tool

pp. 690-692
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Microcomputers in Education: Age of Romance, or Age of Reason?

pp. 693-697
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Appendix A: Program

pp. 698-705
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Appendix B: Participant Roster 15th Symposium—Lincoln March 29, 30, 31, 1982

pp. 706-716
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