Using Technology to Support Students with Autism and Intellectual Disability in Mathematics

Friday, February 2, 2018

Emily Bouck, Professor

Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education

"Using Technology to Support Students with Autism and Intellectual Disability in Mathematics"

Dr. Bouck focuses on two lines of research relative to students with intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorder: (a) assistive technology and (b) the relationship between in-school services and curriculum (e.g., functional curriculum) and post-school outcomes.Within her work on assistive technology, she explores technology to support access and achievement of students with intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorders relative to daily living skills and academics (e.g., mathematics).

 

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