Dr. Matthew T. Marino
Dr. Matthew T. Marino
Professor of Exceptional Education, University of Central Florida
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Understanding STEM education and supporting students through universal design for learning
JD Basham, MT Marino
Teaching exceptional children 45 (4), 8-15, 2013
UDL in the middle school science classroom: Can video games and alternative text heighten engagement and learning for students with learning disabilities?
MT Marino, CM Gotch, M Israel, E Vasquez III, JD Basham, K Becht
Learning Disability Quarterly 37 (2), 87-99, 2014
Universal design for learning and assistive technology: Leadership considerations for promoting inclusive education in today’s secondary schools
J Messinger-Willman, MT Marino
Nassp Bulletin 94 (1), 5-16, 2010
Enhancing TPACK with assistive technology: Promoting inclusive practices in pre-service teacher education
M Marino, P Sameshima, C Beecher
Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education 9 (2), 186-207, 2009
Making informed assistive technology decisions for students with high incidence disabilities
MT Marino, EC Marino, SF Shaw
Teaching Exceptional Children 38 (6), 18-25, 2006
Understanding how adolescents with reading difficulties utilize technology-based tools
MT Marino
Exceptionality 17 (2), 88-102, 2009
Defining a technology research agenda for elementary and secondary students with learning and other high-incidence disabilities in inclusive science classrooms
MT Marino
Journal of Special Education Technology 25 (1), 1-27, 2010
Conceptualizing RTI in 21st-century secondary science classrooms: Video games' potential to provide tiered support and progress monitoring for students with learning disabilities
MT Marino, CC Beecher
Learning Disability Quarterly 33 (4), 299-311, 2010
Students’ and teachers’ perceptions of using video games to enhance science instruction
MT Marino, M Israel, CC Beecher, JD Basham
Journal of Science Education and Technology 22 (5), 667-680, 2013
Using universal design for learning in synchronous online instruction
K Coy, MT Marino, B Serianni
Journal of Special Education Technology 29 (1), 63-74, 2014
The scaled arrival of K-12 online education: Emerging realities and implications for the future of education
JD Basham, SJ Smith, DL Greer, MT Marino
Journal of Education 193 (2), 51-60, 2013
Promoting inclusive education, civic scientific literacy, and global citizenship with videogames
MT Marino, MT Hayes
Cultural studies of science education 7 (4), 945-954, 2012
Fifth graders as app designers: How diverse learners conceptualize educational apps
M Israel, MT Marino, JD Basham, W Spivak
Journal of research on technology in education 46 (1), 53-80, 2013
A multilevel analysis of diverse learners playing life science video games: Interactions between game content, learning disability status, reading proficiency, and gender
M Israel, S Wang, MT Marino
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 53 (2), 324-345, 2016
An analysis of factors that affect struggling readers' achievement during a technology-enhanced STEM astronomy curriculum
MT Marino, AC Black, MT Hayes, CC Beecher
Journal of Special Education Technology 25 (3), 35-47, 2010
Virtual learning environments for students with disabilities: A review and analysis of the empirical literature and two case studies
E Vasquez, A Nagendran, GF Welch, MT Marino, DE Hughes, A Koch, ...
Rural Special Education Quarterly 34 (3), 26-32, 2015
Using video games as an alternative science assessment for students with disabilities and at-risk learners
MT Marino, JD Basham, CC Beecher
Science Scope 34 (5), 36, 2011
The effect of technology-based altered readability levels on struggling readers science comprehension
M Marino, M Coyne, M Dunn
Journal of computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching 29 (1), 31-49, 2010
Supporting content learning through technology for K-12 students with disabilities
M Israel, M Marino, L Delisio, B Serianni
CEDAR Document IC-10, 2014
Introduction to the topical issue: Shaping STEM education for all students.
JD Basham, MT Marino
Journal of Special Education Technology 25 (3), 2010
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