IPad Apps For Special Needs Students

By on January 5, 2015

Mark Mautone, center, with (l-r) Roger Bowley, principal of Wallace Elementary School; Tom Fitzgibbons, retired director of Special Services, Hoboken School District; David C. Hespe, acting commissioner of Education; Richard Brockel, interim superintendent, Hoboken; Monica Tone, interim Hudson County executive superintendent, and Mark Biedron, president, New Jersey State Board of Education.

Mark Mautone, center, with (l-r) Roger Bowley, principal of Wallace Elementary School; Tom Fitzgibbons, retired director of Special Services, Hoboken School District; David C. Hespe, acting commissioner of Education; Richard Brockel, interim superintendent, Hoboken; Monica Tone, interim Hudson County executive superintendent, and Mark Biedron, president, New Jersey State Board of Education.

Mark Mautone, a Verona resident who was honored as New Jersey Teacher of the Year in 2014 for his work with children on the autism spectrum, will be presenting a free demonstration of iPad apps for children with special needs at the Apple store in Grand Central on January 11.

The demo runs from 10 to 11 a.m. and if you work in the area and would like to attend, you’ll need to make a reservation here.

The Apple store is located at 45 Grand Central Terminal, and the phone number is (212) 284-1800.

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