Emily C. Bouck, Ph.D.

2006 Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
Special Education, Secondary Education, Curriculum and Instruction Education
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Troy V. Mariage grad student 2006 Michigan State
 (When Denver is not a country, but a state: Studying the enactment of functional curriculum in two rural categorical secondary programs.)
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Bouck EC, Satsangi R, Bartlett W. (2016) Comparing a number line and audio prompts in supporting price comparison by students with intellectual disability. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 53: 342-357
Bouck EC, Flanagan SM. (2015) Exploring assistive technology and post-school outcomes for students with severe disabilities. Disability and Rehabilitation. Assistive Technology. 1-8
Bouck EC, Joshi GS. (2015) Does Curriculum Matter for Secondary Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Analyzing the NLTS2. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 45: 1204-12
Satsangi R, Bouck EC. (2015) Using virtual manipulative instruction to teach the concepts of area and perimeter to secondary students with learning disabilities Learning Disability Quarterly. 38: 174-186
Flanagan SM, Bouck EC. (2015) Supporting Written Expression in Secondary Students With a Series of Procedural Facilitators: A Pilot Study Reading and Writing Quarterly. 31: 316-333
Bouck EC, Weng PL. (2014) Hearing Math: Algebra Supported eText for Students With Visual Impairments. Assistive Technology : the Official Journal of Resna. 26: 131-9
Bouck EC, Satsangi R, Doughty TT, et al. (2014) Virtual and concrete manipulatives: a comparison of approaches for solving mathematics problems for students with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 44: 180-93
Bouck EC. (2014) The postschool outcomes of students with mild intellectual disability: Does it get better with time? Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 58: 534-548
Bouck EC, Savage M, Meyer NK, et al. (2014) High-tech or low-tech? Comparing self-monitoring systems to increase task independence for students with autism Focus On Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. 29: 156-167
Weng PL, Maeda Y, Bouck EC. (2014) Effectiveness of Cognitive Skills-Based Computer-Assisted Instruction for Students With Disabilities: A Synthesis Remedial and Special Education. 35: 167-180
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