This paper was displaying the importance of several laws, regulations, resources, and practices that support the understanding of students with disabilities, as well as emphasized the impact of implementing assistive technology (AT) in schools. Also, this paper presented the evidenced-based practices to implement AT and the potential impact on students with disabilities when utilizing concepts such as WATI, Quality Indicators of AT, the assistive technology continuum (high- low tech), and the SETT Framework. Moreover, it provided some of the implications of using AT (i.e., procedures, resources, cost, referral, professional development, attitudes, etc.) toward the integration of AT in school.
"Assistive Technology in Special Education Students and its Impact on Engagement into Education,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 11
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