"These tactile screen shots of various iPad screens show you "what" appears "where" on the your iPad - from the buttons and camera lenses to the the home screen apps, the App Store, messages, settings, keypad, contacts, iBooks, & iTunes."
Speech with Milo is a series of top fun educational apps specially designed to reinforce kid’s language skills. Each app offers a unique interactive approach to help and support your kids develop vocabulary.
If you have a learner that struggles to write, this is the app that can stir the imagination and help them be creative with a Wow!
Book Creator for iPad
• Choose from portrait, landscape or square book sizes.
• Add pictures from the Photos app; grab them from the web; move, resize and rotate them with your fingers.
• Edit text using the onscreen keyboard; apply rich formatting
• iPad's fonts - over 50 to use.
• Import video and music, and record speech within the app.
Here is what an Pre K-12 Assistive Technology Specialist said about this app: "My students loved this app. They felt it was so easy to use, that they could open it for the first time and know intuitively what to do. Having it then go to iBooks and create an individual bookshelf was fantastic."
Whether you’re the parent of a child with a reading disability or an educator that works with learning disabled students on a daily basis, you’re undoubtedly always looking for new tools to help these bright young kids meet their potential and work through their disability.
The Best Text To Speech Reader App for iPhone and iPad, Easy to
Read text from PDF, ePub, Word, and Text files in Dropbox, Google Drive or on your device. Read books from Bookshare and Gutenburg! Text to speech with highlighting, choose colors and backgrounds,increase font size, many fonts available including the Dyslexie Font. Many child and adult voices to choose from, you can even add notes, highlights, bookmarks, or edit text.
Kids Learn Mandarin Beginner – A Fingerprint Network App, by Fingerprint, is a great way to get kids started with a second language, and with Pei Pei the Panda as their guide you can be sure they’re in good hands.
"It's true- I'm a little bit obsessed with finding and trying new apps. I don't believe I have gone more than 2 days without downloading a new one. So I am constantly deleting subpar apps to make room for new exciting apps. So when I was asked to present "iPad Apps- In and Out of the Classroom"at the Tech Expo held at Sidney Local Schools I jumped at the chance!
I took note of all of my favorite apps- both those for classroom use and without. My list grew to about 60 different apps- seriously! And these are all ones thatactually use. :-D So I am so excited to be able to share this list with you! Not all of the apps are free but many are- so I hope you learn about a few new ones! "
So the power is out or you're on a field trip. Here are some handy tips for using offline iPads in education and in elsewhere. The post 10 Ways To Use Offline iPads In Education appeared first on Edudemic.
Last month, we launched a brand-new feature called App of the Week, in which our editors highlight a new educational app every week. Here are the first seven apps we've featured. (RT @UDL_Center: Hey cool!
On November 7th, Paul Hamilton will be presenting an ISTE Webinar on iPad apps that can be used by learners of all ages to overcome barriers to reading and writing.
"Some of the accessibility features built into iOS 5 will also be covered. Research has established that each individual learns uniquely, so these tools can be used to great effect with a wide range of learners, not just those identified with specific “learning disabilities”. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) will serve as the pedagogical framework for the presentation. Almost all of the apps to be shared are either free or inexpensive. In addition to apps that offer effective text-to-speech and multiple options for text-input, the presentation will explore multimedia apps that give learners alternative ways of showing what they know. Some of the apps to be presented were shared by the presenter in a Feb. 21, 2012 blog post, 10 Apps for Learners Who Struggle with Reading and/or Writing."