This session describes a study of digital note-taking with students with dyslexia. The session models and examines the degree to which this intervention can provide educational opportunities for students with dyslexia with support for note-taking skills to promote retention of material and reduce cognitive effort during note-taking.
TECHNOLOGY: Access potential applications of language-based technology for direct instruction and/or accommodation for students with dyslexia and other language learning disabilities.
TECHNOLOGY: Evaluate the different multimedia learning tools and show practical applications of these tools in professional development and teacher training.
TECHNOLOGY: Evaluate what technological competencies students with language learning disabilities need to master before continuing into higher education.
Disclosure: Sarah Irvine Belson and Christine Bresnahan have no relevant financial or nonfinancial relationships to disclose.
Doctoral Student, Behavior, Cognition and Neuroscience Program, Department of Psychology,
Associate Professor and Director of the MA in Special Education: Learning Disabilities Program,
American University School of Education
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