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  Volume 130, Number 5, December 1985

Table of Contents


pp. 322-323

Keynote Address: Microelectronic Technology and the Hearing Impaired: The Future

pp. 324-331

Plenary Address: Is It Still an Apple for the Teacher?

pp. 332-339

Chapter I. Organizing for Using Changing Technology

Microcomputer Awareness for Educators: A Workshop

pp. 342-346

Faculty Computer Workshops: A Faculty Becoming Computer Literate

pp. 347-353

Authoring Computer Lessons—It's Easy!

pp. 354-356

Evaluating Commercial Software

pp. 357-360

Chapter II. Demonstrating the Change in Technology

Software for English, Mathematics, and Elementary Classes

pp. 362-370

Computer-Assisted Video Instruction at Moore-Norman Vocational Technical School

pp. 371-373

Graphics Software Packages as Instructional Tools

pp. 374-376

Using the Turtle Tot Robot To Enhance Logo for the Hearing Impaired

pp. 377-382

Using An Interactive Videodisc Program To Teach Social Skills To Handicapped Children

pp. 383-385

The Nuts and Bolts of Interactive Video: How It Works and How To Get Started

pp. 386-390

The American School for the Deaf Computer Literacy Program

pp. 392-396

Integration and Implementation: A Four-point Mainstream Model

pp. 397-401

Designing and Implementing the Use of Microcomputers in a Program for Hearing-Impaired Students

pp. 402-407

Chapter IV. Changes in Methodology

The Classroom Computer as a Partner in Teaching Basic Skills to Hearing-Impaired Children

pp. 410-414

Developing Thinking Skills Through the Use of Simple Computer Programming

pp. 415-420

Software Adaptations for the Multi-Handicapped: A Case Study

pp. 421-423

Graphing and Percentage Applications Using the Personal Computer

pp. 424-430

Microcomputers, Model Rockets, and Race Cars

pp. 431-435

Authoring Languages and the Development of CAI for Hearing-Impaired Learners

pp. 436-442

Chapter V. Guiding Change Through Research and Evaluation

The ALPHA Interactive Microcomputer System for Teaching Reading, Writing, and Communication Skills to Hearing-Impaired Children

pp. 444-461

Computerized Language Analysis

pp. 462-469

The Importance of Research for Logo

pp. 470-478

Research Areas


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