How one teacher uses iPads with her students with autism

01/29/2013 | eSchool News (free registration)

Technology, such as hand-held devices, help students with autism concentrate on their lessons and allow them to learn at their own pace, said special-education teacher Karina Barley in Australia. The article offers a list of iPad applications Barley uses in language arts and math with her students who have autism. "As students achieve more success, their confidence grows, and as their confidence grows, they are much more willing to attempt new challenges," said Barley, who runs Project Autism Australia.

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