School is opening this fall! Some of us may not be sure about whether the teaching will be in the classroom, remote, or hybrid. However, we are confident that embracing the use of technology in special education is here to stay!
“While technology can help improve efficiency and effectiveness in your special education program, managing the balance between access and legal sensitivity requires thoughtful attention to detail,” says Chris Draper, an IEP consultant.
We are sharing with you these expert recommendations by Annie Galvin Teich of techlearning.com that might future proof your special education program.
We are not affiliated with the writer or any organization mentioned in this article. We know that we might have challenges this year, but at least with the help of one another, we can come up with better solutions to get our year off to a great start.