volume 11, issue 2, P115-124 1996
DOI: 10.1177/108835769601100207
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Abstract: Teachers of young children with disabilities are being exposed to computer technologies more and more frequently, yet many basic questions about their effectiveness remain unanswered. A recent study examined software features that are typically used in commercially available programs. Using a series of alternating treatment design experiments, individual features were compared for their effect on engagement, affect, and choice. Data from 48 experiments suggest that children prefer programs with higher interac…

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