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April 2012 Vol. 19. No. 5 Focus on Engaging Curriculum

Eye on special education

Engaging her students

By by Wendy Harris, photos by Harvey Finkle on Mar 30, 2012 04:34 PM
Photo: Harvey Finkle

Junior Quamier McCloud previews for McKeone the comic strip he developed on an iPad.

In Michele McKeone's autistic support classroom at South Philadelphia High School, students develop their communication skills and the abilities necessary for their transition to independence. McKeone, in her fourth year of teaching at Southern, uses digital media to keep the students engaged, as well as plugged in to what's relevant today. The Notebook talked with her about some of the exciting projects that students have created using digital media. 

Learn more about McKeon's classroom.

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