How assistive technology can transform learning

09/9/2013 | Education Week

Assistive technology, which has made great strides in recent years, can dramatically improve the learning of students with disabilities, college professor and former special educator Matthew Lynch writes in this blog post. Lynch offers an overview of available tech, ranging from very high-tech alternative-input devices, such as touch screens that help students use computers, to more mainstream text-to-speech readers that come standard on many tablets.

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