iPods in the Special Education Classroom
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Classroom teachers use technology in the classroom to engage, empower, and educate students and the iPod is a portable learning tool that has transformed the traditional classroom. The implementation of iPods teaches students 21st century skills and strategies, which have the potential to help the student population achieve success and produce skills needed in the real world. iPods are bringing anywhere, anytime access to information within a traditional classroom. Educators use iPods and related technology in the classroom as a great way to motivate students with special needs.
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