Assistive Edtech: How Technology Helps Students with Dyslexia

“Education technology is even helping beyond its intended purpose. Online courses offer great alternatives to traditional classrooms because of their use of multimedia. Videos, moving graphs, audio lessons, and pictures are great ways to disseminate information in a way that may be helpful for someone struggling with language processing. Hart mentions using tablets is a good way to offer a multisensory approach to teaching, which is a much easier way for dyslexic students to engage in lessons.”
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Source: edtechtimes.com

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