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Woodward, John (John Potter)

Overview
Works: 4 works in 11 publications in 1 language and 580 library holdings
Genres: Abstracts 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other
Classifications: LC3969.5, 371.904334
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Most widely held works by John Woodward
Technology, curriculum, and professional development : adapting schools to meet the needs of students with disabilities by John Woodward( Book )

8 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 575 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The 11 papers in this collection address various aspects of the adoption and implementation of technology in the education of students with disabilities. An introduction by David B. Malouf of the Office of Special Education Programs introduces the collection. The following papers are included: (1) "No Easy Answer: The Instructional Effectiveness of Technology for Students with Disabilities" (John Woodward, Deborah Gallagher, and Herbert Rieth); (2) "It Can't Hurt: Implementing aac Technology in the Classroom for Students with Severe and Multiple Disabilities" (Bonnie Todis); (3) "Preparing Future Citizens: Technology-Supported, Project-Based Learning in the Social Studies" (Cynthia M. Okolo and Ralph P. Ferretti); (4) "ClassWide Peer Tutoring Program: a Learning Management System" (Charles R. Greenwood, Liang-Shye Hou, Joseph Delquadri, Barbara J. Terry, and Carmen Arreaga-Mayer); (5) "Sustaining a Curriculum Innovation: Cases of Make It Happen!" (Judith M. Zorfass); (6) "Technology Implementation in Special Education: Understanding Teachers' Beliefs, Plans, and Decisions" (Charles A. MacArthur); (7) "Why Are Most Teachers Infrequent and Restrained Users of Computers in Their Classroom?" (Larry Cuban); (8) "Designing Technology Professional Development Programs" (A. Edward Blackhurst); (9) "The Construction of Knowledge in a Collaborative Community: Reflections on Three Projects" (Carol Sue Englert and Yong Zhao); (10) "The Rise and Fall of the Community Transition Team Model" (Andrew S. Halpern and Michael R. Benz); and (11) "How Does Technology Support a Special Education Agenda? Using What We Have Learned To Inform the Future" (Marleen C. Pugach and Cynthia L. Warger). (Individual papers contain references.) (Db)
Teaching health concepts and problem solving skills through effective instructional practices and a computer simulation by John Woodward( )

1 edition published in 1985 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Guided practice : use of low-cost networking by Russell Monroe Gersten( Book )

1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This study investigated the effectiveness of the use of computer networking in providing guided practice in teaching reading comprehension to middle school students (grades 6-8) in remedial reading class. (Guided practice is defined as the phase of instruction immediately following the presentation of a new skill, concept, or strategy, in which the teacher assesses student comprehension of the new skill in order to enhance student achievement in both whole class and small group instruction.) Teachers used TeacherNet, a low-cost prototypic computer networking device that plugs several student keyboards into the communication board of a single personal computer to determine which segments of a curriculum require additional remediation. The reading curriculum consisted of two strands--QAR2 (a meta-cognitive strategy based on the work of Raphael) and rule-based inferences (a strategy for drawing inferences from material implicit in the text). Results indicated a significant effect for rule-based inferences, but not for qar2. The effect was maintained over a 2-week period. Results indicate the immediacy of feedback was more useful in teaching the abstract and demanding rule-based inference curriculum than the easier, more familiar qar2 curricula. Students responded positively to the immediacy of feedback and the group accountability involved in the guided practice. A review of prior research introduces the report and the appendix contains copies of sample reading passages and their related questions. (33 references) (Author/SD)
 
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Technology, curriculum, and professional development : adapting schools to meet the needs of students with disabilities
Alternative Names
Woodward, John 1951-

Languages
English (11)

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