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In August, you were introduced to the SMART Board which may be used with children of all ages, especially in the classroom. Even preschool children may be successful when using the SMART Board.
Research studies suggest a connection between student interest and actual learning. Attention, concentration and feelings of surprise, excitement and enjoyment are all important indicators of student interest in learning according to Dr. Raja Maznah...
Can a robot really be considered assistive technology for children?
This resource guide provides parents and professionals with background information about AT reuse, describes the different types of reuse programs, provides information on how to start a reuse program, and lists helpful reuse resources.
Low-tech assistive technology (AT) and adaptations are cheap and easy strategies that families and professionals can use to increase their children’s participation in daily activities and routines.
Positioning refers to the way a child is placed in his/her environment using typical or special positioning equipment. Special equipment is considered to be assistive technology (AT) because it enables participation in home, school, or community environments.
In very basic terms, a switch is a device that makes, breaks or changes the connection in an electrical circuit. We use switches in our everyday lives to help us accomplish tasks and control our environments.