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:
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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!
We’re gearing up for another school year of innovative [email protected] seminars in MontrÃ©al, QuÃ©bec! 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.
Welcome to Part 7 of “There’s A Special App For That” series on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad apps for students with special needs. In this post we examine the seven building blocks of literacy instruction and look at apps that can support each area. Our goal was to identify apps that can be used […]
Welcome to Part 5 of “There’s A Special App For That” series on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad apps for students with special needs. In this post we round up 5 great mind mapping apps for children with learning disabilities who are visual learners.
We are big fans of the iPad and the various special education apps available to children with special needs. We tweet about it regularly and have many posts on how the iPad can impact the lives of families of children with special needs. There are many websites out there with great stories about how the […]
Welcome to Part 4 of “There’s A Special App For That” series on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad apps for students with special needs. In this post, we examine 16 Apps for Elementary Students with Non-Verbal Learning Disability.
ABRACADABRA, a free, interactive online literacy tool developed by the Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance (CSLP) at Concordia University in MontrÃ©al, QuÃ©bec, is now available to parents (lite version) through the Learning Disabilities Association of QuÃ©bec (Association quÃ©becoise des troubles d’apprentissage). This research-based tool is a valuable literacy resource for students with […]