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The pen or the paper? Written expression supports for secondary students with emotional behavioral disabilities

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Written expression is a critical skill for students with disabilities; yet, little is known about how to best support secondary students with emotional behavioral disorders (EBD). This repeated acquisition study served as a follow-up study that demonstrated the effectiveness of a novel technology (the FLYPen) for written expression. Three secondary students with EBD alternated between the FLYPen and the associated graphic organizers alone to write eight essays to explore which support was most effective.


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