How special educators are using "mainstream" technologies

From bring-your-own-device initiatives to flipped classrooms, technology-driven educational practices are changing the face of education for all students. For example, using a flipped instructional model, students with autism can watch online lessons about social skills at home and then practice the skills in a collaborative classroom setting.

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