Research Sites Ohio State University
Ohio State
About NCseT Research At Ohio State

Dr. Margo Vreeburg Izzo and her research team are investigating the use of “Guided Notes” to support an online curriculum entitled "EnvisionIT" to increase on-task behavior and reading comprehension of high school students with disabilities. Students become proficient with skills in information technology as they navigate the Internet to explore careers and complete a self-directed transition portfolio! For more information about EnvisionIT, please visit http://nisonger.osu.edu/Transition/EnvisionIT.  To contact Dr. Izzo, please email her at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   

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NCSeT Research Team at The Ohio State University

The NCSeT Research Team at The Ohio State University is comprised of the following individuals:

  • Dr. Margo Vreeburg Izzo, Ohio State University Site Coordinator, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

  • Kelly Dillon, Program Coordinator, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

  • Yi Chieh Chung – Graduate Research Associate, Special Education

  • Dr. Nancy Neef, Associate Professor, Special Education

 
2008-9 Research at Ohio State

As technology continues to change the skills needed to navigate the 21st century, schools are being challenged to promote technology supported learning; integrate technology-based assessments; and ensure that both teachers and students are literate in information computer technologies. In the coming year the NCSeT Research Team at Ohio State University will examine the effects of guided notes and ClickSpeak screen reader software on academic achievement of a sophomore class of students with disabilities enrolled in an English resource room.

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Ohio State University 2007 Research
This study investigates the effects of "guided notes" and "text-to-speech" on the on-task behavior and academic performance of high school students with disabilities receiving services via the EnvisionIT Transition Curriculum.
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