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Multimodal Study

2019 June 5
by Lisa Wadors

In the final quarter of 2018, the collaborative multimodal study between DIAGRAM, Mad*Pow, and NCAM concluded. Through the study, we learned that the 25 students representing varying disabilities exhibited a preference for modalities that aligned with their individual learning preferences and personal desire for varying levels of information. These preliminary findings and additional details from the study were shared with the Tactile and Research Working Groups in the first quarter of 2019 and received with much interest. Members from the Research Working Group have expressed particular interest in further examining and analyzing the associated data and have submitted a conference proposal to the Council for Exceptional Children based on the preliminary findings. We continue to look for additional opportunities to share the information and look forward to working more closely with the Working Group members around this study.

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