Thursday, July 31, 2008

Future special-educator puts assistive technology to work

Joanne Sareyani and April Rickert change classrooms, Cheryl Salyer (face on computer screen) virtually goes along with them during a college class being held at Hudson High School.

Special education aide Cheryl Salyer is using technology to help her continue with her dream of becoming a special-educator despite injuries from a car crash. Her classmates and professors in a transitional program designed for instructional aides say figuring out how to accommodate Salyer is just part of learning about special education. The Tampa Tribune (Fla.)

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