We’ve compiled an updated multi-platform list (some oldies, but goodies in there!) of 10 categories of our “go-to” apps that we frequently recommend for students with learning disabilities.
Many educators don’t realize that you can easily enable accessibility features on computers and mobile devices with a few clicks of the mouse. Not only is it easy to do, but it is also free!
We had a highly productive and interactive discussion with parents this weekend on using Google Chrome for literacy support at the Montreal Centre for Learning Disabilities annual conference. We created a handout for the session that you can access below:
Creating the most accessible learning experience requires an understanding of how learning spaces can best support teaching and learning. We’re heading to ATIA this week to discuss just that-how different types of active learning spaces can improve access to learning and reduce barriers for students (using Universal Design for Learning as a framework). We hope […]
In this post we discuss why we’re re-thinking speech recognition, and resources for the implementation of speech recognition technology.
In the next few weeks we’ll be posting areas of assistive technology and educational technology, along with resources, that can make a significant difference for teachers, students and parents this year. First up is teaching core vocabulary which has had a huge impact on the field of AAC and is essential to teach AAC effectively.
Another update for our “There’s a Special App for That” posts! We’re still using all of the apps we recommended in Part 1 – but we wanted to add 6 apps for creating social stories plus a great resource.
We talk about apps for 21st century learning in two categories, support and content creation.