2014

EdTech Tuesday: Sign 4 Me

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Occupational Therapists

The Sign 4 Me app now works with Siri Speech Recognition to help you learn and teach sign language. Check it out here on iTunes.  

EdTech Tuesday: Conversation Builder

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Check out this highly interactive app for SLPs that prompts students through each stage of a conversation and records their spoken responses. Happy Better Hearing and Speech Month to all!

10 Apps That Teach Children How To Take Turns

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Do you have students who struggle with turn-taking? Take a look at these ten apps that use direct instruction and visuals to teach children how to take turns. Each of these apps are designed to target this skill in elementary aged children, perfect for both teachers and parents.

5 Tips for Connecting Learning and Play

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School Physical Therapists

It’s no secret that kids are most interested in learning when it’s combined with play time. Here are 5 helpful tips for connecting learning and play that are easy to incorporate into everyday life. We hope you enjoy these hints as much as we do, and make sure to check out the educational app featured at… Read More »

Special Needs App Corner: September Edition

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This app has been getting lots of attention… It’s called, See.Touch.Learn. It’s a learning system that is capable of replacing traditional flash cards in education. You can create your own custom flash cards using the app’s libraries, or use your own photos from your Camera Roll or Photo Stream! SLPs, OTs, and PTs, LOVE See.Touch.Learn! Have you… Read More »