Elementary school adapts software for students who cannot hear

02/9/2010 | Mesquite News (Texas)

Educators at a Texas elementary school have adapted software designed for students struggling with math and reading for use in teaching students with hearing impairments. The software was made accessible by connecting a microphone that allows the software's audio to be transmitted through radio waves to receivers on students' hearing aids or cochlear implants. "They can hear the sounds. It helps them learn more of the phonetic base of the language in a way they have fun doing," the principal said.

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