The uses of these resources facilitate interaction between the child and his environment with the purpose of strengthening his educational process. When you introduce these new non-invasive technologies in the classroom, the student is motivated to give his best according to his development and curricular objectives. The systems that use these resources are conceived mainly from an approach centered in the student`s educational process, his needs in a global sense and in the possibilities of the learning context. If there is no interaction, there is no learning. Some of these inclusive technological resources are smart sensors (See Smart Sensors), such as sensors which work with the brain activity, looks, and muscles of the arm, among others. These mediator tools offer to those who have different abilities the opportunity to interact with the same physical resources as any other student.