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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.
Looking for resources on flipping the classroom for students with special needs? We have posted our presentation along with flipped classroom tools and a case study from our session at ATIA 2013. Thanks to everyone who attended this great interactive session!
Next week we are on our way to ATIA 2013 in Orlando Florida! We are presenting a session on “Flipping the classroom for students with special needs” and will be tweeting with the hashtag #atia13. Have a look at our post for a quick primer on flipping the classroom…
Welcome to Part 11 of â€œThereâ€™s A Special App For Thatâ€ series on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad apps for students with special needs. In Part 11, we focus on creative apps for digital storytelling. These apps can help teachers and parents start a digital storytelling initiative in their school or home for their students […]
Welcome to Part 10 of â€œThereâ€™s A Special App For Thatâ€ series on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad apps for students with special needs. In Part 10, we focus on apps for behavior management and intervention. We start with examining a framework for behavior management and look at apps for various areas: analysis, charts, goals, […]
Welcome to Part 9 of “There’s A Special App For That” series on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad apps for students with special needs. In Part 9, we focus on apps that can help college/university students with learning disabilities in the areas of productivity, note taking, research, organizational assistance and others.
Welcome to Part 6 of “There’s A Special App For That” series on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad apps for students with special needs. In Part 6 we look at 3 methods of using augmentative communication apps to support different languages: use existing native language AAC apps; use the pronunciation feature within Proloquo2Go; and use […]