Using iPads with Students with Disabilities: Lessons Learned from Students, Teachers, and Parents
Intervention in School and Clinic Volume 49, Number 4, ISSN 1053-4512
The use of mobile technology has increased greatly in recent years. Although the research in this area is still in its infancy, preliminary studies are showing a positive impact on the skills and academic engagement of students with disabilities. This column provides an overview of a selection of research studies involving mobile devices such as iPads. Ideas for classroom implementation and suggestions to overcome common challenges are also addressed.
Draper Rodríguez, C., Strnadová, I. & Cumming, T. (2014). Using iPads with Students with Disabilities: Lessons Learned from Students, Teachers, and Parents. Intervention in School and Clinic, 49(4), 244-250.
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