DCDT

AcronymDefinition
DCDTDivision on Career Development and Transition (Council for Exceptional Children)
DCDTDamage Control Dance Theater (San Francisco, CA)
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Our dCDT program has had an impact in both research and practice.
Working Harder but Producing Less: The Digital Clock Drawing Test (DCDT) Differentiates Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's Disease.
The Digital Clock Drawing Test (DCDT)-IV: Clock Drawing Time and Hand Placement Latencies in Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia.
The Digital Clock Drawing Test (DCDT)--I: Information Contained Within the Noise.
DCDT extensometers were installed on both sides of the specimen to measure displacement (Fig.
Table 2 shows the tension E values obtained using optical measurement and using a DCDT extensometer.
(a) Tension MOE (MPa) [E.sub.1] [E.sub.2] Optical measurement device Average 3,495 2,815 Min 2,332 1,754 Max 4,651 4,898 SO 757 803 COV (%) 22 29 DCDT Average 2,919 2,582 Min 2,063 1,518 Max 4,938 4,639 SD 788 973 COV (%) 27 38 (a) SD = standard deviation; COV = coefficient of variation; DCDT = direct current differential transformer.
Asimismo, la opinion de los padres coincide con la de los profesores de las AAT al afirmar que el alumno la mayoria de las veces no esta presente en las reuniones para la planificacion de su propio plan de transito, como sugiere la literatura especifica sobre esta cuestion (DCDT, 2000b; Katsiyannis y Zhang, 2001; Mason, McGahee-Kovac y Johnson, 2004; Thoma, Rogan y Baken, 2001; Yisrael, Chapman y McVeigh, 2000).
In summary, the DCDT survey indicated that content related to transition, in general, is most likely to be infused into content in other courses (often methods courses) and that domains that include the self-determination related knowledge and skills standards were not ranked high in importance by either departmental chairpersons or instructors.
The CEC's DCDT does have an official journal, Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals (CDTEI), which is peer-reviewed, but is predominantly directed toward a special education audience.
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