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12-14-2012 12:00 AM

Examining Assistive Technology Use, Self-concept, and

Examining Assistive Technology Use, Self-concept, and

Motivation, as Students with Learning Disabilities Transition from

Motivation, as Students with Learning Disabilities Transition from

a Demonstration School into Inclusive Classrooms

a Demonstration School into Inclusive Classrooms

Gabrielle D. Young

The University of Western Ontario

Supervisor

Dr. Jacqueline Specht

The University of Western Ontario

Graduate Program in Education

A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree in Doctor of Philosophy

© Gabrielle D. Young 2012

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Table 1 - Outline of the Rese arch Protocol
Table 2 - General Intellectual Ability (SPP-LD; Renick & Harter, 1988)
Table 3 - Reading Competence (SPP-LD; Renick & Harter, 1988)
Table 4 - Writing Competence (SPP-LD; Renick & Harter, 1988)
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