Monthly Archives:: June 2015

EdTech Tuesday: Hearing Loss Gaming Apps for Smartphones

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Occupational Therapists

Is gaming the future of audiologic rehabilitation? An article from The ASHA Leader explores how hearing loss gaming apps will play a key role in enhancing hearing capability in people with assistive hearing devices. Click here to read more!

11 Activities for the End of the School Year

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Wind up learning as the school year winds down with these eleven engaging project ideas for the final days in the classroom. Check out the list here, and discover how you can incorporate these activities for the end of the school year into your next lesson plan.

EdTech Tuesday: 5 Must-Have Tools for Education Conferences

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School Physical Therapists

Summer vacation is a popular time for teachers, therapists, and administrators to attend education conferences. If you haven’t attended many, you may wonder what you should bring with you on conference day. This list of apps and tools for education conferences will help you have an easygoing and worthwhile conference experience. Take a look here!

Take Back Your Friday: “The James Gang” to the Rescue

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Fifth-grade students at a Minnesota elementary school pledged to protect their classmate with special needs on the playground. A group of James Willmert’s friends saw him being bullied at recess and made a pact to have his back for the remainder of the year, calling themselves “The James Gang”. Watch this inspiring story here.

Rabbit Hole

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Occupational Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists

Rabbit Hole, a popular gross motor game for kids, promotes coordination, balance, social skills, and motor control through imaginative play. Click here for more details, and discover how you can incorporate Rabbit Hole into your therapy sessions and lesson plans.

EdTech Tuesday: Summer Apps for Kids

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Occupational Therapists

Need summer learning opportunities for kids? This list explores eleven brand new and meaningful apps that will keep kids engaged and learning all summer long. Check out the list here!