Uses for Assistive and Mainstream Technology in the Science Laboratory

by Chelsea E. Mohler and Dr. Mahadeo A. Sukhai

As education becomes increasingly interdisciplinary in its approach, it is typical for students to be exposed to at least one science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) course during their post-secondary experience. However, STEM courses present unique challenges, which may be especially highlighted as students move out of highschool and into post-secondary education. Understanding the barriers and potential solutions at the post-secondary level can inform accommodations at a post-secondary level, but also lend insight to potential accommodations in highschool or earlier.

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