Students with autism benefit from iPod Touch devices at Wis. school

Special-education teachers in a Wisconsin school are using iPod Touch devices with their students who have autism. The devices help the students communicate and provide them with visual cues to help make transitions between activities and to get organized. Autism educators say the devices offer a more efficient way for teachers to deliver the traditional strategies they use to teach students with autism.

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