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Welcome to "Try This!", a weekly blog series where we dive into the ever-evolving world of generative AI and share valuable insights and practical teaching ideas. Discover how educators are leveraging AI, gain fresh perspectives, and explore innovative approaches to education that you can try out yourself.
This week we’ve rounded up five resources to share with you on the topic of Accessibility and AI in Special Needs Education. Below, you'll find
- An article showcasing how AI tools can streamline administrative tasks, enhance community outreach, and expedite research processes for special education services.
- A LinkedIn article discussing how AI is revolutionizing special education by offering personalized learning tools, bridging communication gaps, and fostering inclusivity and accessibility.
- A video explaining the disability desert in AI datasets and outlining the importance of including individuals with disabilities in the design process of AI tools.
- A compilation of accessibility AI tools for educators from EdTechReview provides an overview of various technologies that can enhance the learning experience for students with disabilities.
- An article from the New York Times explores AI's innovative role in assisting children with learning disabilities and AI tools for social skill learning, games to enhance accessibility, and data analysis tools for dyslexia identification.
Check them out and let us know what you think about accessibility and AI in the comments below the post.
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