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By: Jane Quenneville (2001) The potential for assistive technology in general education classrooms for students with disabilities is great. Its benefits include enhancing academic achievement in written expression, reading, mathematics, and spelling; improving organization; and fostering social acceptance. Support technology provides many benefits by facilitating writing for students with learning disabilities (LD) who often find the writing process frustrating (MacArthur, 1996). When students have the opportunity to accommodate writing challenges, they are more successful in the general education classroom.
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Assistive Technology for Students with Disabilities Articles Assistive Technology Guide for Students with Learning Disabilities This guide was prepared by the Frostig Center in Pasadena, California, which is devoted to children with learning disabilities. Marshall Raskind, Ph.D., Director of Research of the Center, was the project director and primary author. Dr.