Education | Instructional Media Design | Special Education and Teaching
The purpose of this study was to gain an understanding of the Assistive Technology decision making process at four regional school districts in Pennsylvania. A qualitative case study research method involving the triangulation of data sources was implemented to collect and analyze data. Through an analysis of the data, three major topics emerged that will be addressed in the body of this paper: (a) the procedure for determining assistive technology needs and the dynamics of the decision-making process, b) the cohesiveness of Special Education and General Education programs, and c) major concerns that impact the delivery of assistive technology services.
Tucker, Philip; Jones, Sheila; and Cappa, Michelle, "A Qualitative Study of the Assistive Technology Decision-Making Process in Four Pennsylvania School Districts" (2008). NERA Conference Proceedings 2008. 29.