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Teaching with iPad How-To by Sumit Kataria, Shubhangi Harsha

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Educating students with special needs (Should know)

The iPad is not just a fancy device people can use for their entertainment or to make their usual daily tasks slightly more convenient. This device can make a significant difference in the lives of disabled children who are in the process of learning. Disabled students can develop and enhance their communication and social skills, and even learn to adapt to real-world situations and respond to them promptly. In this recipe we will cover iPad apps that will help teachers to make this difference in the lives of their disabled students.

Getting ready

Let us download the LetterReflex and LanguageBuilder apps from the App Store. They cost $2.99 and $3.99 respectively.

How to do it…

  1. The LetterReflex app ...

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