From Kindles to iPods, technology can help teach children with language-based learning disabilities

The Autism News | English Aaron Hoats uses the Kindle to read a novel. By Anthony Stoeckert | Central Jersey THE silver-gray iPods stored in a small, crate-like box in Kate DeLong’s classroom are filled, not surprisingly, with audio files listened to by teenagers. But it’s Harper Lee, not the Black-Eyed Peas, you’ll find on the media players

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From Kindles to iPods, technology can help teach children with language-based learning disabilities

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