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The following publications reflect the scholarly work of faculty members actively involved with the SEAT Center.

2005

Angell, M. E. (2005). South Koreans share cultural and educational treasures at international conference. The Statewide Standard, 11(3). [Newsletter Publication of the College of Education, Illinois State University]

Bailey, R. L., & Angell, M. E. (2005). Improving feeding skills and mealtime behaviors in children and youth with disabilities. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities, 40(1), 80-96.

Bailey, R. L., Parette, H. P., Stoner, J. B., Angell, M. E., & Carroll, K. (in press). Parental perceptions of augmentative and alternative communication. Speech, Language, and Hearing Services in the Schools.

Bailey, R. L., Stoner, J. B., Parette, H. P., Angell, M. E. (in press). AAC team perceptions: Augmentative and alternative communication device use. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities.

Bakken, J. P., & Parette, P. (in press). Using technology to advance multicultural special education. In F. E. Obiakor (Ed.), Multicultural special education. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill-Prentice Hall.

Beck, A. (2005). Children’s attitudes toward peers who use AAC. Perspectives on augmentative and alternative communication, 14(2)20-23. [Simultaneously published in Perspectives on School-Based Issues, 6(2)].

Beck, A. R., Bock, S., Thompson, J. R., Bowman, L., & Robbins, S. (2006). Is awesome really awesome? How the inclusion of informal terms on an AAC device influences children’s attitudes toward peers who use AAC. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 27(1), 56-69.

Beck, A. R., Parette, P., & Bailey, R. L. (2005). Multimedia effectiveness in an AAC setting. Journal of Special Education Technology20(4), 39-49.

Bock, S .J., Stoner, J. B., Beck, A. R., Hanley, L., & Prochnow, J. (2005). Increasing functional communication in non-speaking preschool children: Comparison of PECS and VOCA. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities. 40(3), 264-278.

Crowley, E. P. (2005). Study guide for exceptional learners: Introduction to special education (10th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Hitchcock, C., Khalsa, A., Malouf, D. B., Parette, P., Zabala, J. S., & Edyburn, D. L. (2005). Forum: Assistive technology and the future of learning. Threshold: Exploring the Future of Education, 2(4), 10-14.

Johns, B., & Crowley, E. P. (2005). Students with disabilities and general education: A desktop reference for school personnel (2nd ed.). Palm Beach, FL: LRP Publications.

Kim, Y., Angell, M. E., O’Brian, M., Strand, K. B., Fulk, B. M., & Watts, E. H. (in press). A description of relationships among teachers’ perspectives, self-reported practices, and concerns related to the Illinois Alternate Assessment system. Teacher Education and Special Education.

McCord, K. A., & Watts, E. H. (in press). Collaboration and access for our kids: Music educators and special educators together. Music Education Journal.

O’Brian, M., & Thompson, J. T. (in press). Many hats and a delicate balance: The lives and times of today’s special education directors. Journal of Special Education Leadership.

Parette, H. P. (2005). Using data to make decisions about professional development in assistive technology. The Statewide Standard, 12(2), 8.

Parette, H. P. (2005). Assistive technology (AT) device. In J. T. Neisworth & P. S. Wolfe (Eds.), The autism encyclopedia (p. 15). Baltimore: Brookes.

Parette, H. P., Huer, M. B., & Peterson-Karlan, G. R. (in press). Meeting the educational needs of persons with developmental disabilities across cultures. In H. P. Parette, G. Peterson-Karlan, & R. Ringlaben (Eds.), Research-based and emerging best practices in developmental disabilities. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Parette, H. P., Huer, M. B., & VanBiervliet, A. (2005). Cultural issues and assistive technology. In D. L. Edyburn, K. Higgins, & R. Boone (Eds.), The handbook of special education technology research and practice (pp. 81-103). Whitefish Bay, WI:Knowledge by Design, Inc.

Parette, H. P., Huer, M. B., & Wyatt, T. A. (2005/06). Young African American children with disabilities and augmentative and alternative communication issues. In K. L. Freiberg (Ed.), Annual editions: Educating exceptional children 05/06 (17th ed., pp. 78-83). Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing Group.

Parette, H. P., Peterson-Karlan, G. R., & Ringlaben, R. (in press). Research-based and emerging best practices in developmental disabilities: Scope of the textbook. In H. P. Parette, G. Peterson-Karlan, & R. Ringlaben (Eds.), Research-based and emerging best practices in developmental disabilities. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Parette, H. P., Peterson-Karlan, G. R., & Wojcik, B. W. (2005). The state of assistive technology services nationally and implications for future development. Assistive Technology Outcomes and Benefits, 2(1), 13-24.

Parette, H. P., Ringlaben, R., & Peterson-Karlan, G. R. (in press). Introduction and scope of textbook. In H. P. Parette, G. R. Peterson-Karlan, & R. Ringlaben (Eds.), Research-based and emerging best practices in developmental disabilities. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Parette, H. P., Wojcik, B., W., Peterson-Karlan, G. R., & Hourcade, J. J. (in press). Assistive technology for students with mild disabilities: What’s cool and what’s not. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities.

Parette, P. (2005). Restrictiveness and race in special education: The issue of cultural reciprocity. Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Quarterly, 3(1), 17-24.

Parette, P., & Dikter, D. (2005). Outcomes and benefits: Challenges in the assistive technology field. Assistive Technology Outcomes and Benefits, 2(10), 10-12.

Peterson-Karlan, G. R., & Parette, H. P. (2005). Millennial students with mild disabilities and emerging assistive technology trends. Journal of Special Education Technology20(4), 27-38.

Peterson-Karlan, G. R., & Parette, H. P. (in press). Integrating assistive technology into the curriculum. In H. P. Parette, G. Peterson-Karlan, & R. Ringlaben (Eds.), Research-based and emerging best practices in developmental disabilities. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Scherer, M., & Parette, P. (in press). Assistive technology. In E. Druin & S. A. Sisto (Eds.), Therapeutic interventions for patients with spinal cord injuries. Philadelphia: Elsevier Inc.

Shelden, D.L., & Hutchins, M.P. (in press). Personalized curriculum development. In H. P. Parette, G. Peterson-Karlan, & R. Ringlaben (Eds.), Research-based and emerging practices in developmental disabilities. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Stoner, J. B. (in press). Language and Autism: Impact on the Classroom. In H. P. Parette, G. Peterson-Karlan, & R. Ringlaben (Eds.), Research-based and emerging best practices in developmental disabilities, Austin: TX: Pro-Ed.

Stoner, J. B., Angell, M. E., House, J. J., & Bock, S. J. (in press). Transitions: A parental perspective from parents of young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities.

Stoner, J. B., Angell, M. E., House, J. J., & Goins, K. (in press). Self-determination: Hearing the voices of adults with physical disabilities. Physical Disabilities: Education and Related Services.

Stoner, J. B., Bailey, R. L., Angell, M. E., Robbins, J., & Poelwski, K. (in press). Perspectives of parents/guardians of children with feeding/swallowing problems. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities.

Stoner, J. B., Bailey, R., Parette, H. P., & Angell, M. (in press). AAC team perceptions: Augmentative and alternative communication device use. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities.

Stoner, J. B., Bock, S. J., Beck, A. R., Thompson, J. R. (in press). The use of the
Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) with nonspeaking adults. Remedial and Special Education.

Stoner, J. B., Bock, S. J., Thompson, J. R., Angell, M. E., Heyl, B., & Crowley, E. P. (2005). Welcome to our world: Parent perceptions of the interactions between parents of young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and education professionals. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities20, 39-51.

Thompson, J. R., Bakken, J. P., Fulk, B. M., & Peterson-Karlan, G. (2005). Using technology to improve the literacy skills of students with disabilities. Retrieved January 3, 2005, from North Central Regional Education Laboratory web site: http://www.ncrel.org/litweb/disability.pdf.

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