How a school-issued iPad helped a student with a visual impairment

11/28/2012 | Edutopia.org

Schools that adopt iPads and other tablet technologies for one-to-one instruction can improve how all students -- especially those with disabilities -- learn, instructional technology expert Andrew Marcinek writes in this blog post. Marcinek describes how 11th-grader Meaghan Roper, who has a visual impairment, used her school-issued iPad to replace all her other assistive technology devices and improve her learning experience.

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