Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Reading (Elementary)--Computer-assisted instruction; Learning disabled children--Education (Elementary)--Reading;
The content of this paper will discuss and review the current literature in the area of technology integration in the elementary classroom, especially those classrooms with learning disabled students. The areas to be covered in this paper include technology's impact on student learning, legal reasons to use technology in the classroom, effective integration principles for technology integration, software and equipment for learning disabled students, Internet integration, and web-based instruction. All of these areas have an influence on how technology is integrated into the elementary classrooms and how effective that technology can be.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Sharon E. Smaldino
1 PDF file (ii, 25 pages)
©2000 Donna Heying
Heying, Donna, "The impact of technology integration on the elementary classroom with reading disabled students" (2000). Graduate Research Papers. 844.