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Empowering K-12 Students With Disabilities to Learn Computational Thinking and Computer Programming

Abstract

"There are many strategies special educators can employ to increase opportunities for students with learning disabilities to succeed in computing education. Because computing education is a new area of instruction, many special educators may not know how to provide support to students as they learn computing. In this article, several strategies and resources were outlined that special educators can implement to support students who find computing challenging. These instructional practices should be considered alongside the individual needs of each student to develop meaningful, engaging, and accessible computing experiences for students with disabilities."

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