Tag Archives | learning disabilities

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There’s a special app for that – Part 1: 5 Apps to improve organizational skills for students with learning disabilities

Welcome to Part 1 of “There’s A Special App For That” series on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad apps for students with special needs. Have a look at our others in the series: As educational consultants, we are always searching for reviews and recommendations for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad apps for students with special needs. […]

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Low tech recommendations to improve organizational skills for students with learning disabilities

Where’d I put that? What’s my homework assignment? I can’t remember… Where’s my textbook? I have no idea… My teacher didn’t give any homework! (how many times have you heard THAT one) Where do I start? How do I start? It should be somewhere in my desk…or maybe in my backpack… Sound familiar? As a […]

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LD OnLine :: Adolescent Literacy: What’s Technology Got to Do With It?

LD OnLine :: Adolescent Literacy: What’s Technology Got to Do With It?. This is a valuable article from LD Online, one of our favorite websites for resources and information for students with learning disabilities. The topic is adolescent literacy and how technology can assist students in four specific areas: background knowledge and vocabulary, comprehension strategies, […]

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New seminar series for parents, 2010/2011 school year

We have developed a new seminar series for parents with special needs for the 2010-2011 school year! Keep a look out for our new ad in the September issue of Montreal Families. Topics include: 1. Assistive technology tools for the elementary student with learning disabilities 2. The newest mobile communication devices and tools for the […]

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LD OnLine :: Technology

LD OnLine :: Technology. We like LD Online! Links to LD Online articles on assistive technology for students with learning disabilities. Parents and teachers: check out the recommended links and questions and answers sections. In addition, their recommended topics area gives a great overview of all the other resources available.

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