Advanced Education Offers Solutions to Educators to Assist Students with Disabilities

Full range of Software and Hardware available for all grade levels and disabilities

Advanced Education understands the importance technology plays in helping students with disabilities achieve their personal and educational goals.  Technology such as SMART boards can help these students by promoting educational inclusion at the elementary, secondary and higher educational levels.

An example of how technology can assist special needs students is the University of Modena.  This higher ed facility recently installed over 30 SMART Board interactive whiteboards with the aim of creating a stable structure that can help facilitate the integration of special needs students, enhance their study and provide support for taking university exams. The university is a leading higher education institution for ICT and represents one of the largest Italy installs of SMART interactive whiteboards in a university.

Inclusive Learning Environments provide multiple means of representation, expression, engagement, and evaluation to meet the needs of all learners in the classroom.

Advanced Education provides technology resources like SMART boards, SMART Response interactive systems, document cameras, and classroom audio systems to help create Learning Environments in ways that support students with special needs as well as all students in the classroom.

For more information on how SMART products can help students with special needs, contact  us at:

About Advanced Education

Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, Advanced Education is the leader in providing audiovisual classroom technology to Ontario schools.  With experience working with over 60 school districts in Ontario, Advanced has demonstrated they possess the skills and experience to turn any classroom, lecture hall or computer lab into an effective, efficient presentation environments.

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