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Assistive Technology in the Classroom

This KQED article interviews 5th grade teacher and Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity educational editor, Kyle Redford, about her experiences with using assistive technology in the classroom to help students with learning differences. The interview highlights the power of speech to text software to help students who struggle to write.  In addition, the article covers technology tools suggested by University of Arizona’s SALT program to help high school students transition to college.

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