How one special-education teacher uses iPads in the classroom

05/22/2013 | Hechinger Report, The

A special-education teacher for the Los Angeles Unified School District credits having high expectations and an iPad with helping his middle-school students with disabilities learn to write essays, build catapults and shoot documentaries, reporter Anya Kamenetz writes in this blog post. Among Neil Virani's favorite iPad applications are Day One for writing journal entries and Toontastic for creating storyboards and animation.

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