Technology-Based interventions Running head: Effects of Technology-based interventions
The Effects of Technology-Based Interventions on Academic Outcomes for Youth with Disabilities
James J. Dugan R. Brian Cobb Colorado State University Morgen Alwell Appalachian State University
Development of this paper was funded in part through the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (Grant Award No. H324W010005). The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, and no endorsement by the department should be inferred.
Technology-Based Interventions Acknowledgements We would like to express our sincere appreciation to the organizations and individuals who have contributed to and reviewed this research synthesis report. First, the authors wish to express their gratitude to our OSEP Project Officer, Dr. Selete Avoke, for his support of this project and his thoughtful critique of this and other reviews. We also want to acknowledge our Advisory Committee members for their conceptual and procedural assistance to us in the formative stages of our project, and our collaborators – especially David Gough and James Thomas at the EPPI-Centre at the University of London and David Johnson at NCSET – for a wealth of technical and conceptual assistance on all facets of our project work. We are also particularly indebted to the project staff of the What Works in Transition: Systematic Review Project for their help with the countless details of large-scale systematic review work, especially their careful retrieval and coding of research articles. Finally, we thank the anonymous reviewers whose thoughtful critiques of our initial writing resulted in a much improved final product.
Technology-Based Interventions The Effects of Technology-Based Interventions on Academic Outcomes for Youth with Disabilities Abstract The relationship between...