Educational Technology

January 28, 2011

Local Program Uses Technology To Help Students Work Through Learning Disabilities

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:30 am

By David Greisman, the Columbia Patch

There isn’t just tutoring for helping students with learning disabilities – there is technology, too. Such technology includes software applications that scan textbooks and allow students to take notes on their computers, that read what students are writing back out loud to them, and that help them to find the right word to use and to spell it correctly. Some software can even be loaded onto smart phones and mp3 players. Such technology includes software applications that scan textbooks and allow students to take notes on their computers, that read what students are writing back out loud to them, and that help them to find the right word to use and to spell it correctly.

http://columbia.patch.com/articles/local-program-uses-technology-to-help-students-work-through-learning-disabilities

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