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Hearne, J. D. (2000). Teaching Second-Language Learners With Learning Disabilities: Strategies for Success. Oceanside, CA: Academic Communication Associates.

Book Chapters

Hearne, J. D. & Stone, S. (1996). Multiple intelligences, underachievement: Lessons from individuals with learning disabilities. In M.S. Poplin & P.T. Cousin (Eds.), Alternative Views of Learning Disabilities: Issues for the 21st Century. pp. 207-221. Austin, TX: PRO-ED.

Martin, B. & Hearne, J.D. (1992). Computer equity in education. In J. J. Hirshbuhl & L. F. Wilkinson (Eds.), Computers in Education. (Annual Editions - 5th Ed). pp. 122-126. Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing Group, Inc.

Hearne, J. D. & Hunter, D. (2000). Redefining literacy for the inclusive classroom. In P. Dreyer (Ed.), Claremont Reading Conference 63rd Yearbook, 1999: Strategies for Hope. (pp. 202-214). Center for Developmental Studies of the Claremont Graduate University.

Journal Articles (partial listing)

Hearne, J. D. & Stone, S. (1995). Multiple intelligences and underachievement: Lessons from individuals with learning disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities. 28 (7), 439-448.

Hearne, J. D. & LeBlanc, L. (1991). Reading as inquiry: Using literature in the social studies. In P. Dreyer (Ed.), Claremont Reading Conference: 55th Yearbook. 161-169. Claremont, CA.

Hearne, J. D. & Resch, K. (1990). Writing and reading processes: Implications for school curricula. NASSP BULLETIN (Journal for Middle Level and High School Administrators). 74 (526), 82-87.

Hearne, J. D., Poplin, M. S., & Schoneman, C. (1988). Computer aptitude: An investigation of differences among students with learning disabilities and their non-learning disabled peers. Journal of Learning Disabilities. 21 (8), 489-492.

Hearne, J. D. & LeBlanc, L. (1990). Celebrate literacy: Cultivate risk-taking. In A. Klein, M. Atwell (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th Annual Reading Conference. San Bernardino: California State University.

Hearne, J. D., & Resch, K. (1990). Young writers: The role of imagination in creating literary discourse. In M. Douglass (Ed.), Reading A Literary Feast: Proceedings of the 561h Claremont Reading Conference. 155-169. Claremont, CA.

Hearne, J. D. (1989). Learning disabilities: Models, trends, and implications for the classroom teacher. American Secondary Education Journal. 1 7 (3), 20-24.

Hearne, J. D., Poplin, M. S., & Lasley, J. (1986). Predicting mathematics achievement from measures of computer aptitude. Educational Research Quarterly. 10 (4), 18-24.

Hearne, J. D. (I 987). Ethics and Education: Toward a business-driven model. Contemporary Philosophy, 11, (12) 14-15.

Hearne, J. D. & Resch, K. (1989). Career education: Writing about real futures. American Secondary Education Journal, 12, (4), 26-29.

Martin, B. & Hearne, J. D. (1989, September). Computer equity in education. Educational Technology, 29, (9), 56-61.

Martin, S. & Hearne, J. D. (I 990, January). Transfer of learning and computer Programming. Educational Technology.

Hearne, J. D. & Poplin, M. S. (1988). Computer aptitude: Learning disabled versus non-learning disabled junior high school students. In H. Murphy (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1986 Conference: Computer Technology, Special Education, and Rehabilitation. 131-143. Northridge, CA: California State University.

Hearne, J. D. (1987) [invited paper]. Educational assessment: A review of issues and concerns. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 14, (2) 51-56.

Hearne, J. D. (1987). Computers and the learning disabled: New measures for new directions. Counterpoint, 7, (4), 9.

Hearne, J. D., Cowles, R. V. & Overmeyer-DeKeyzer, J. (1988). Spelling: A brief study of three instructional approaches with elementary school students. Reading Improvement, 24, (3), 198-201.

Hearne, J. D. (1986). Governor’s administration proposes cutbacks in special education. CANHC-gram, 20, (2), 2-3.

Hearne, J. D. (1987, January). Computers in our schools. Today’s Parent, 7-22.

Hearne, D. & Lasley, J. (1985 invited paper). The relationship between achievement factors and gender-specific computer aptitude among junior high school students. Education, 106, (1), 81-87.