Special Educational Needs and Information Technology: Effective strategies for mainstream schools

Rachel Brooks

01 October 1997

This report uses data gained from ten case studies to present a range of strategies which have been found to have been effective by teachers and support staff in planning and implementing information technology use for pupils with special educational needs in mainstream schools.

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