How a Fla. district uses technology to engage students with disabilities

06/30/2013 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Computer programs and digitized tools are key components of Miami-Dade County Public Schools' transition academy for students with disabilities. The program -- Bridges to Tomorrow -- is just one example of how assistive technologies are changing learning for students in the Florida district. One Miami school uses iPads and interactive whiteboards to work on communication skills with students with autism who are nonverbal. "They're seeing it. They're touching it. They're hearing it. They're moving," teacher Sonia Lynch said, adding, "It engages all their senses. That's why you have them so involved."

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