Preservice teachers reflected on their experiences teaching mathematics to ten students using iPads. The students had learning disabilities and were tutored over 5 consecutive weeks. Teachers reflected weekly for 5 weeks then responded to an online open-ended survey regarding their overall teaching experience. Findings suggest that the experience allowed preservice teachers to gain helpful insight, knowledge, and ideas on how to use iPads as an instructional tool.
Students with Special Needs, Learning Disabilities, iPads, Qualitative Research, Preservice Teachers
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Kaur, D. (2017). Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Using iPads with Students with Learning Disabilities. The Qualitative Report, 22(9), 2428-2436. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol22/iss9/10
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