High-tech whiteboard gives a voice to boy with autism

Interactive whiteboard technology has increased students' attention spans and especially aided one 12-year-old boy with autism, according to this article. The student draws on the SMART Board to communicate with his peers, even though he speaks only a few words and lacks the motor skills to draw on paper.

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