This week on #EdTechTuesday, make sure to explore the top resources for apps in education. This list is perfect for both teachers and special educators. Take a look!
Attention SLPs! Help the teachers in your school incorporate augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) into their classroom with the help of these eight important tips. Take a look!
Strait from The ASHA Leader Blog, this list explores the best apps to help your clients improve their social skills, life skills, language skills, and more. Take a look, and comment below if you know of any other useful apps to add to this list.
Finding exciting and effective tech projects for the classroom can be difficult, so take a look at this list of free tech tools that students can use to create awesome projects both independently and in groups. Check it out!
Go back to school with excellent special needs apps that use ABA principles. This list includes flashcard apps, problem solving games, and more! Check it out!
This list of apps and websites will help your students recognize bullying behavior, and learn to accept themselves and others. How can you incorporate them into your next lesson plan or therapy session? Click here to find out more.
Develop language and literacy skills with Build Compound Words, an app designed to help students make concrete connections between pictures and text. How can you incorporate this tool into your next therapy session? Learn more here.
Stimulate the use of vision while working on fine motor skills, communication, and more! This list explores 15 of the top apps for children with visual impairments. Click here for more information.
These free apps will help physical therapists and their patients track progress and learn more about their diagnosis. Take a look at the list.
Refer to apps like Hand and Wrist Pro II, Skeleton Premium, and more from this list of essential apps to add to your OT toolkit. Most are available for download at a free or discounted rate. Click here for more info.