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Amy G. Dell

Dr. DellPH.D., PROFESSOR

GRADUATE COORDINATOR

Scholarly Interests:  1) assistive technology for children and adults with disabilities, and 2) effective strategies for teaching teachers how to integrate assistive technology into their classrooms.

Courses Taught:  SPED 521–Assistive Technology; SLP 102–Speech & Language Development, and FSP–From Jookin’ to Ballet: Dance as an Art Form

Achievements:  Director, TCNJ’s Center on Assistive Technology and Inclusive Education Studies (CATIES); author (with D. Newton & J. Petroff), Assistive Technology in the Classroom: Enhancing the School Experiences of Students with Disabilities – 3rd Edition (2017), Pearson. Dr. Dell has directed several state and federally-funded programs focused on assistive technology including the Central New Jersey Assistive Technology Program for Individuals who are Blind or Visually Impaired (funded by the NJ Commission on the Blind and Visually Impaired) and the Adaptive Technology Center for NJ Colleges (funded by the NJ Commission on Higher Education) and Expansion of Assistive Technology Services for People with Disabilities (awarded by Disability Rights New Jersey).

Scholarship:

Dell, A. G., Newton, D. A. & Petroff, J.G. (2017). Assistive technology in the classroom: Enhancing the school experiences of students with disabilities – 3rd Edition. Boston: Pearson.

Dell, A. G. & Newton, D. A. (2014).  Assistive technology to provide access to the curriculum and increase independence.  In Florian, L. (Ed.) SAGE Handbook of Special Education – 2nd Edition, two volumes: Vol. 2 (pp. 703-717).  London: SAGE Publications.

Dell, A. G., Newton, D. A. & Petroff, J.G. (2012). Assistive technology in the classroom: Enhancing the school experiences of students with disabilities – 2nd Edition. Boston: Pearson..

Newton, D. A. & Dell, A. G. (2012). Mobile devices and students with disabilities: What do best practices tell us?  Reprinted in M. Bausch & M. Ault (Eds.) Apps for all students: A teacher’s desktop guide. Monograph of the Technology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children.  Arlington, VA: Council for Exceptional Children.

Dell, A. G., Newton, D. A. & Petroff, J.G. (2011). Uses of technology in early intervention. In C. J. Groark (Series Ed.) & S. Maude (Vol. Ed.), Early childhood intervention: Shaping the future for children with special needs and their families, three volumes: Vol.3. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, Praeger.

Dell, A. G. & Newton, D. A. (2011). Technology solutions for students with special needs.  In J. Lever-Duffy & J. B. McDonald, Teaching and learning with technology – Fourth edition.  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Merrill/Prentice Hall.

Newton, D. A. & Dell, A. G. (2011).  Mobile devices and students with disabilities: What do best practices tell us?  Journal of Special Education Technology, 26 (3), pp. 47-49.

Newton, D. A. & Dell, A. G. (2010).  Learning disabilities and assistive technology—Learning tools across the curriculum.  Monograph of the Technology and Media Division of the Council for Exceptional Children.  Arlington, VA: Council for Exceptional Children.

Newton, D., & Dell, A. G. (2009). Remediating reading disabilities: Assistive technology can help. Learning Disabilities and Assistive Technology. In Castellani, J., & Warger, C.

Degrees: Ph.D., M.A., B.A., University of Rochester

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