CREATE LEARNING SPACES FOR IN-CLUSIVE LEARNING WITH SMART AND ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
Smart technology is an essential tool for many students, parents, teachers and administrators in teaching and learning. Assistive technology, a term that supports learning differences for a student, often includes both assistive and accessible technologies. It stipulates that educators, teachers and staff learn about the delivery, teaching and evaluation of accessible courses and know how to interact and communicate with disabled people who can use alternative formats. Students can use the assistive technology with new learning spaces accessible settings integrated into the Assistive Technology Assessment.