From voice-to-text and timers to graphic organizers and pencil grips, education assistive technology refers to the devices and services that are used to increase, maintain, and help students with learning disabilities learn how they learn best.
Once students have completed the prewriting and drafting phases of the writing process, they move on to reviewing and revising their work. This involves making changes to their writing to make sure it meets the needs of their readers.
Teachers and students at Jemicy School share their experience with assistive technology (AT). The Jemicy School educates talented and bright students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences.