Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology
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More than 6 million children with disabilities in North America require assistive technology and related services each year in order to participate and succeed in school. This book, Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology, provides an essential guide for assessing a child's needs, choosing and implementing the right technologies and services, and training education professionals in how to optimize learning with these critical tools.
Gayl Bowser, M.S. in Education, currently works as an independent consultant and is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Wyoming. Diana Foster Carl has a B.A. and M.A. in Psychology and is a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology in Texas. Kelly Fonner has a B.S. in Special Education and an M.S. in Educational Technology with an emphasis in Rehabilitation/Special Education Technology. Terry Vernon Foss has a M.Ed. with an emphasis in Special Education. Jane Edgar Korsten holds a B.S. in Elementary Education and an M.A. in Speech Pathology and Audiology. Kathleen M. Lalk has a B.S. in Recreation Therapy and an M.S. in Educational Technology. Joan Breslin Larson holds a M.Ed. in Adult Education.