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10 Apps for Social Supports and Behavior

10 Apps for Social Supports and Behavior | Individual and Special Needs Examiner | Scoop.it
Children with learning disabilities sometimes have social and behavioral challenges. These mobile apps may help them learn and practice connecting with others.

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Kathleen McClaskey's curator insight, April 26, 11:07 AM

 "Children and teens with learning disabilities sometimes have a hard time with social skills and behavior, including reading or communicating nonverbal signals. The following mobile apps may provide your child or teen with some high-tech support. Although we did extensive research on available apps, we also learned that just because “there’s an app for that” it doesn’t mean that it’s right for everyone."


Darla Hatton and her teenage daughter have reviewed these 10 apps in Apple products for you to try out.


> iEarnedThat

> Hidden Curriculum for Kids

> Model me Going Places

> Tap to Talk

> Verbally

> Middle School Confidential 1

> Middle School Confidential 2

> Cyber Bullying

> Angry Octopus

> Your Turn - Kid Timer

Heidi Hutchison's curator insight, April 27, 4:42 AM

Some of these look really promising. I think you could use some of these apps with all kinds of kids, especially younger kids!

Tony Ges's curator insight, May 28, 4:36 PM

Great autism spectrum apps!

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Cultural differences? Iowa State researchers examine media impact in multiple countries

Cultural differences? Iowa State researchers examine media impact in multiple countries | Individual and Special Needs Examiner | Scoop.it

A cross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture.


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A cross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture.

A cross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture. - See more at: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2013/12/11/prosocialcrosscultural#sthash.jxZwzmbL.dpufA cross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture. - See more at: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2013/12/11/prosocialcrosscultural#sthash.jxZwzmbL.dpufcross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture. - See more at: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2013/12/11/prosocialcrosscultural#sthash.jxZwzmbL.dpufA cross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture. - See more at: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2013/12/11/prosocialcrosscultural#sthash.jxZwzmbL.dpufcross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture. - See more at: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2013/12/11/prosocialcrosscultural#sthash.jxZwzmbL.dpuf
W Brad Wheller's curator insight, January 3, 9:00 AM

Respect the difference in each culture.

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Game Play Has No Negative Impact on Kids, UK Study Finds

Game Play Has No Negative Impact on Kids, UK Study Finds | Individual and Special Needs Examiner | Scoop.it

A massive study of some 11,000 youngsters in Britain has found that playing video games, even as early as five years old, does not lead to later behavior problems.


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Time for a deep sigh of relief, parents.

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Cultural differences? Iowa State researchers examine media impact in multiple countries

Cultural differences? Iowa State researchers examine media impact in multiple countries | Individual and Special Needs Examiner | Scoop.it

A cross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture.


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ETU - Imperial College Busines School's curator insight, January 2, 2:04 AM

A cross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture.

A cross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture. - See more at: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2013/12/11/prosocialcrosscultural#sthash.jxZwzmbL.dpufA cross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture. - See more at: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2013/12/11/prosocialcrosscultural#sthash.jxZwzmbL.dpufcross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture. - See more at: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2013/12/11/prosocialcrosscultural#sthash.jxZwzmbL.dpufA cross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture. - See more at: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2013/12/11/prosocialcrosscultural#sthash.jxZwzmbL.dpufcross-cultural study, led by Iowa State University researchers, shows prosocial media and video games positively influence behavior regardless of culture. - See more at: http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2013/12/11/prosocialcrosscultural#sthash.jxZwzmbL.dpuf
W Brad Wheller's curator insight, January 3, 9:00 AM

Respect the difference in each culture.