New devices engage Pa. students with special needs in learning

03/26/2012 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Some educators in a Pennsylvania school are incorporating iPod Touch and iPad tablet computers in the classroom for students with special needs. Educators say the colors, graphics and other visual features of the devices holds students' attention. The devices are being used as communication devices, and in reading, math and life-skills lessons.

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