Guide to integrating assistive technology in the classroom

 Technology training and professional development resource provider Atomic Learning has recently released an ebook for all K12 educators.
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Technology training and professional development resource provider Atomic Learning has recently released an ebook for all K12 educators. Entitled "Integrate Assistive Technology in General Education: A Quick Reference Guide", this resource is intended for any teacher or administrator seeking to level their classrooms for all students.

Even without considering special needs, it can be difficult to teach a group of students and ensure that they all meet the same requirements because students learn in different ways. The integration of assistive technology (AT) tools in a general education setting can help ensure the success of all students.

This ebook covers the necessary steps for implementing AT, such as creating a common vision, understanding the roles of each participant, developing the key skills, providing ongoing support, and how it all ultimately impacts students. It is available free at http://al.atomiclearning.com/integrating_at_ebook/.

For more information, visit http://www.atomiclearning.com/assistivetechnology.

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