Students with hearing issues in Minnesota, are using tablet PCs to listen to MP3 clips, to find photos/videos for class-work and to speak on their behalf.
Two students have used a speech-app and PowerPoint to present in a class.
Read more: iPad techology benefits students who’re deaf/hard-of-hearing
Resource and speech teachers also like tablet PCs for emailing students with reminders of class times, homework and tasks or assignments to complete.
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