How classroom technology benefits students with learning disabilities

02/9/2012 | Edutopia.org Blogs

High-school English teacher Melissa Meyers, who works at a private K-12 school for students with learning disabilities, in a blog post offers her thoughts on integrating technology into learning for students with special needs. Besides enhancing lessons, technology devices serve as essential organizational and communication tools for many students with learning disabilities, and teacher training should be increased to ensure schools are keeping pace with the latest advances, she writes.

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