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January 21, 2010


Julia Trygstad

I definitely agree with this process. AT is not spread widely enough. Not enough educators or people in general are aware of the effects of AT. No matter if a student has a disability or not, Assistive Technology can further their education and make it less confusing or difficult for the student to understand and complete. The IEP teams need to collaborate and decide what the most effective AT would improve a student's learning experience and work for their specific situation. If all IEP teams performed this effectively, our students would comprehend lessons and achieve their goals and objectives with much more ease. Providing a positive plan to give a student a chance to understand problematic areas through a different process is the point or reason for these IEP teams. This is the work they should be doing and the results they should be seeing.

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