The Ability of the Special Needs Child in Comparison to the Average Child in a Beginning Computerized Keyboarding Class
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
STEM Education & Professional Studies
Occupational and Technical Studies
Ritz, John M.
The problem of this study was to determine how the ability of the special needs child, when mainstreamed into a Beginning Computerized Keyboarding course, compared to that of the average child. The hypothesis was that there was no significant difference in the learning of special needs students and academically average students when taught Beginning Computerized Keyboarding.
Marshall, Deborah K., "The Ability of the Special Needs Child in Comparison to the Average Child in a Beginning Computerized Keyboarding Class" (1991). OTS Master's Level Projects & Papers. 399.