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Hosted by the White House, in partnership with the US Departments of Education and Health and Human Services, the Early Learning STEM symposium highlighted the importance of promoting active science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in early childhood. This video captures presentations of the panel discussion“What does the research say...

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In this webinar, David Hobbs, doctoral student at Flinders University in Australia, talks about his research on applied technologies focusing on tactile sensory agnosia in the hands of children with cerebral palsy, and the design and development of an interactive, haptic computer gaming system as a novel therapy intervention for...

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Video modeling is frequentely used for training individuals with ASD to learn social and academic skills. These videos are often prepared and produced by either researchers or teachers. This study investigated whether, after receiving training, mothers of students in the ASD spectrum could produce video modeling, and whether those videos...

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Under Title IV Part A of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), each state will receive funds based on the Title I funding formula. States then have the option of allocating these funds to select areas, including supporting technology. Use this infographic to learn more about technology-related funding under ESSA...

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The last Panel Discussion of the Technology Solutions for Early Childhood Symposium , this presentation focused on the importance of participation for the development of skills in everyday activities, and the role of parents as the primary source of guidance in the use of assistive technology.

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Part of the Technology Solutions for Early Childhood , the Research to Practice Panel Discussion addressed the following areas: 1) Early Intervention and Technology in Massachussetts- current and historical perspective; 2) Assistive Technology- Research to Practice Bridge; and 3) Teaching the Swipe Generation.

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Part of the Technology Solutions for Early Childhood Symposium , the Research Panel Discussion addressed the following areas: 1) Use of Mobile Media Devices- Benefits and Challenges, 2) Screen time and accessibility issues in Early Childhood, and 3) Effectiveness of digital stories and use of robotics to address the...

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The Technology Solutions for Early Childhood...The Future is NOW Symposium brought together thought leaders, researchers and practitioners in early childhood development and assistive technology (AT). Participants learned about evidence-based practices, current research, and ways in which families are successfully using technology to support the developmental and learning needs...

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Access to a vast array of technologies may not be enough for students with disabilities to achieve academic success in college. In this investigation, British researchers found that lack of "digital capital" (the ability to use technologies in effective and productive ways) has a direct impact on students' academic performance....

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A main instructional strategy in colleges and universities, cooperative group learning activities can be a challenge for students with communications and/or learning disabilities. This study examined the use of online tools to advance collaborative work in groups with deaf/hard of hearing and hearing members enrolled in teacher training program. Findings...

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