Tenn. educators train to use assistive technology in the classroom

01/15/2010 | Jackson Sun (Tenn.), The

More than 100 Tennessee teachers are attending a two-day conference to train them in the latest assistive technology -- including picture flash cards and computers with audio technology -- to help their students with disabilities. Video examples of successful classroom techniques using the technology with students were shown, and organizers said the second-year event will continue. "We have to provide the training that give teachers more of a hands-on approach," one district technology consultant said.

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