When used properly as a teaching tool, technology has the power to engage students and elevate their learning.

High-quality, effective teachers know this–and they also know that students of all abilities can use technology to assist with learning.

A plethora of technology tools, including apps for tablets and mobile devices, can meet the varying needs of students with disabilities and other special needs.

The apps in this list can be used by students with dyslexia, students with autism, those who need social assistance, and more.

[Editor’s note: While these apps may meet certain instructional needs, eSchool News has not used or reviewed the apps in this list.]

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