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Technology Equals Student Success Previously a normal classroom has been completely teacher-directed and included the usual materials consisting of a chalkboard, textbooks, pencil, and paper. However, over the past decade which has drastically changed. Nowadays, many classrooms are equipped with many computers, projectors, ActiveBoards, document cameras, and teachers have access to mobile labs, iPads, plus even more. Tech, which was once thought to make teaching easier for teachers, is presently used mostly by students as a way to maximize their level of achievement. Studies have revealed, "the ability of simultaneous, multiple ways of input to obtain and hold a person's attention and to improve memory", which is exactly where technology comes into play. (Silver-Pacuilla & Fleischman, 2006). The most important impact that technology has on student learning is its ability to help both struggling pupils and people with learning disabilities. According to Silver-Pacuilla & Flesichman (2006), a study performed by Lewandowski and Montali proved that poor readers may function as well as skilled readers in both word recognition and retention by utilizing a text-to-speech application that contained simultaneous on-screen highlighting too allowing students to obtain the information visually and aurally. Lance Huebner, a special education teacher in Missouri, recorded narration into a book onto a portable mp3 player which enabled students with reading disabilities to follow along with the reading and fully take part in a reading job with their regular education peers. They were also given a sound format option for their final for the job (Langhorst, 2007). According to Langhorst, this "enabled the students and also gave.