Technology is part of school's cognitive-disabilities program

12/26/2010 | St. Cloud Times (Minn.)

A Minnesota school's developmental cognitive-disabilities program is using technology to enhance student learning. Skype Web-conferencing technology helps homebound students stay connected, and Interwrite software and boards allow students who cannot use a mouse to write on the boards with a pen. It also gives teachers the ability to customize lessons for students. "Technology is huge for our students," their teacher said. "It's a little more work for the teacher, but it's worth it."

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