During the COVID-19pandemic, did persons with disabilities have difficulty following online classes autonomously?

Scientific Evidence Platform Needs more evidence During the COVID-19pandemic, did persons with disabilities have difficulty following online classes autonomously?
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Due to the coronavirus, certain measures have had to be adopted in the school environment, such as taking classes online from home. It is in this scene where we wonder whether people with disabilities have had difficulties in following classes without the help of a person who can provide them support directly and physically, as is in the classroom.

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The article below presents evidence of how students with disabilities were able to participate in interactive learning environments online during confinement.The case study shows that interactive learning environments such as the Dialogic Literary Gatherings can provide quality distance learning for students with disabilities, contributing to overcome some of the barriers that the pandemic context creates for the education of these students.

 https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.662646/full

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