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Preschool teacher perceptions of assistive technology and professional development responses

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A study of preschool teachers? experiences with and perceptions of assistive technology (AT), including their concerns about the implementation of a school-wide assistive technology program, based on interview and questionnaire responses of 9 teachers of at-risk and special needs classrooms at 1 school
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United States

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