Assistive Technology = Learning

Assistive technology are tools to help students do assignments and to help teachers reach their students. 

Some tools currently used by students include the computer or a portable device such as an iPod.  On the computer, the students use word prediction software, text-to-speech software, typing or keyboarding programs just to name a few.  On the iPod, students use the calculator, look up words in the dictionary, use speech-to-text apps, or listen to audio books.  Specialized programs can help students without language to communicate through a device such as the iPad.

Please feel free to contact Alex Szabo  if you believe a student may benefit from Assistive Technology.


Alex Szabo - aszabo@lelandandgray.org