Assistive Technology in the Inclusive Science Classroom

Watson, Sandy; Johnston, Linda
March 2007
Science Teacher;Mar2007, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p34
Academic Journal
The article reports on services, methods and resources in order for disabled students to succeed in science classrooms. Federal legislation requires that all students have access to the general education curriculum, and this strains many school systems. Writing assistance including note taking and organization methods, electronic tools, and reference materials are available for assisting all students in classrooms.


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