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.
Tag Archives | assistive technologies
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 […]
We talk about apps for 21st century learning in two categories, support and content creation.
The iPad can be a highly effective tool for students with learning disabilities, and more and more apps are targeting areas of need for students in elementary school, high school, and college/university. Here is an updated list of recommended apps for students with learning disabilities that we recently presented at the Learning Disability Association of […]
We’re gearing up for another school year of innovative [email protected] seminars in Montréal, Québec! Our [email protected] seminar series is designed to further your knowledge in the area of AAC, assistive technologies and mobile learning with the goal helping your child (or student) with his/her learning or communication needs.