Iowa school hosts camp to teach students about assistive software

08/15/2013 | Gazette (Cedar Rapids-Marion, Iowa), The

Roosevelt Middle School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, hosted a three-day program in which students who are struggling with reading and writing learned about the assistive technologies available in the school's learning supports lab. "I think the best part of the camp has been watching students who are very different in personality and have very different learning styles become acclimated with the tools and then finding a support or tool that works best for them," principal Autumn Pino said.

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