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eBook An Eye Control Teaching Device for Students Without Language Expressive Capacity: Eagleeyes (Mellen Studies in Education) ePub

by Francis X. Curran,Philip A. Di Mattia

  • ISBN: 0773476393
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Francis X. Curran,Philip A. Di Mattia
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr; Illustrated edition edition (November 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 117
  • ePub book: 1516 kb
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by Philip A. Di Mattia. Hardcover, 117 pages. Published April 1st 2001 by Edwin Mellen Press.

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Philip A. DiMattia, Francis X. Curran, Jonathan Gips. The Effect of Assistive Technology on Educational Costs: Two Case Studies.

Twelve people with severe cerebral palsy or traumatic brain injury have tried the system, nine of whom have shown success.

in students; and the use of the device as a teaching strategy for learning eye-control skills.

This report looks at the effects of the "EagleEyes" teaching device, designed for children with severe disabilities. It has a two-fold purpose: to describe the effects on the development of communication in students; and the use of the device as a teaching strategy for learning eye-control skills.

vol. 10, pp. 209-218, 2002. S. H. Kwon and H. C. Kim, EOG-based glasses-shape wireless mouse for the disabled, Proc. of the 1st Joint BMES/EMBS Conf. Atlanta, USA, pp. 592, Oct. 1999.

In the total spending to provide education services for students with . EagleEyes uses five electrodes placed on the head, around the eyes, to detect eye movements.

The Effect of Assistive Technology on Educational Costs: Two Case Studies Amy Gips, Philip A. DiMattia, James Gips Presented at The International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs. Expenditures of educating students with disabilities represent over 21% of the spending on all elementary and secondary education in the United States. ISBN 13: 9780773476394.

EagleEyes is an eye-control teaching device for children with severe disabilities without language expression. This report describes the effects of the EagleEyes technology on the development of communication over a four-year period with seven students who have no language expressive capacity and little or no voluntary movement below the neck. Major questions examined are the degree to which each student could develop eye control skill sufficient for the student to communicate and develop language skills, and the potential for using the technology for academic purposes. EagleEyes' impact on students' sense of personal pride is also discussed. DiMattia directs the Campus School in the Lynch School of Education at Boston College. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)