How tech can help students with disabilities thrive in STEM education
from EdTech Magazine
When Stephanie Talalai began as the technology coordinator at A. Harry Moore School 26 years ago, nonverbal students communicated using pieces of paper with "yes" and "no" on them. Today, students can control computers using their eyes. "In terms of providing access," Talalai says, "the technology has come a long way." For students with disabilities, tech tools can help provide new and engaging ways to access content in science, technology, engineering and math. EdTech asked educators to share tips about how to use technology to give students with special needs the same access to STEM activities as other schoolchildren. Here are their recommendations.
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