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tac·tu·al

(tak'tū-ăl),
Relating to or caused by touch.

tac·tu·al

(tak'chū-ăl)
Relating to or caused by touch.
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Expressing the Emotional Tone of the Message Tactually.
Suggestions for future research on the use of constant time delay for braille literacy instruction include (a) using an attending cue for all participants; (b) comparing performance with and without highly motivating content; (c) teaching other types of braille learners, such as older students transitioning from print to braille; (d) using word sets made up of tactually similar words; (e) including procedures for promoting and measuring generalization of word learning to more authentic reading experiences; and (f) setting mastery criterion higher to promote maintenance.
This article describes the effects of research concerned with identifying the learning styles of Special Education (SPED) students and then teaching them globally, tactually, and/or kinesthetically with instructional resources that complement their perceptual strengths.
In 2002, Woods taught third-through sixth-grade SPED students mathematics traditionally and then, in a counterbalanced design, equally difficult mathematics skills tactually and kinesthetically.
To communicate, she prefers American Sign Language, which she receives tactually.
By keeping the worksheet instructions simple, Jack learned to tolerate tactually scanning the braille material, and increased the amount of braille with which he was willing to work.
Although many students learn with combined perceptual preferences--auditory and visual or visual, tactual, and auditory--most LD students recall new and difficult academic information efficiently when learning tactually or kinesthetically (Dunn & Dunn, 1993).
Further analysis of students' perceptual preferences, as reported by their LSI printouts, revealed that 37 students scored 60 or higher--which indicates a preference for learning tactually and/or kinesthetically.
The Large Print Label Machine makes large letters on vinyl or magnetic tape that can be read tactually by those with a knowledge of the printed alphabet and can be used for basic communication when attached to index cards and to label such items as closets and drawers, food items, and appliances.
Overall, Jennifer needed five seconds or less to process what was being asked to be able to complete the task, but any amount of wait time showed more engagement visually and tactually than in baseline sessions (see Figure 1).
Because tasks related to the cursor tend to take much longer for some students to understand, using tactile manipulatives assists the instructional process by allowing students to tactually follow what is happening on the computer.
Meanwhile, Cara was learning to identify and discriminate some braille alphabet letters tactually.