Ontario, Canada, district uses technology to assist students with autism

02/25/2010 | T.H.E. Journal

A school district in Ontario, Canada, that has seen a rise in the number of students with autism has implemented technology tools to help customize instruction for students with the disorder and provide teachers with additional support. Educators use AutismPro products to create profiles, lessons, activities and track progress for each student with autism, and they can be used for professional development. The district also employs interactive whiteboards and touch-screen computers to support classroom instruction for students with the disorder.

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