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The resources section aims to give teachers, policy makers, industry partners and anyone else interested an overview on relevant readings related to the innovative use of tablets and showcase other tablet pilots.

On topics such as motivation, assessment and flipped classroom, it highlights:

The section is updated regularly. If you know of an interesting item which could be featured in this section, send it to creativeclassroom@eun.org

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Benefits of tablets for students with special needs

This literature reivew was published as part of the European Commission funded project 'SENnet'. The study is divided into two parts: Part 1 focuses on the  international overview and research findings. This part summarizes studies and reports available on the topic and benefits to particular groups of students with special needs: children with autism, attention deficits, dyslexia, limited fine motor control and visual impairments. Part 2 comprises national case studies exemplifying the use of tablets by students with special needs, many of them in mainstream classes. 

  • Year: 2014 
  • Autors: 
  • Type of resource: Literature Review 
  • Language: English
  • URL : available here (access here also the related Video Case Studies)