The educational apps on this list will keep your students engaged at any age or grade level. They are especially helpful for adults and children with Dyslexia! Find out more here, and share this post with a friend or colleague. Looking for a therapy job? Check out our current openings: https://jobs.txsource.com… Read More »
Check out these easy-to-use apps for reading and writing, accompanied by a bonus list of apps for students with special needs. Take a look!
Target sequencing, vocabulary, and more by incorporating these autumn-themed children’s books (and a few activities) into your next lesson plan. Take a look! Get apps and activities delivered to your inbox monthly: http://bit.ly/TXsourcenewsletter Looking for a therapy job? Check out our current opening: http://jobs.txsource.net
In honor of World Teachers Day, we decided to share some tips that you may find useful when teaching your students to respond to text. Let us know what you think about these suggestions, and pass along this post to a friend or colleague! Take a look. Get apps and activities delivered to… Read More »
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!
Take back your Friday and learn about the different ways that you can improve your Deaf awareness. Click here for the list.
In need of a little motivation to help you finish out the week? Check out this collection of quotes related to daily living, being an OT, and the therapy process. Click here for the list.
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!
Inspire learning through play with the help of these 15 new tech toys, ranging from interactive dolls to electricity-generating soccer balls. Take a look!
Attention therapists and special educators! Share this list of commonly used acronyms with the parents and family members of your students to help everyone involved in the IEP process communicate more effectively. Click here for the list.