"Clicker Docs app for iPad, developed by Crick Software, is a new iOS app that provides differentiated writing support for struggling writers. As one of Crick's two new apps, Clicker Docs provides text only word banks and word prediction options offering support for primary aged writers in this Docs app. Clicker Sentences app provides a simpler picture based writing environment for emergent writers."
he secret with RapidReading lies in its ability to quickly teach you to process words and information in a new way. You'll learn how to...
* read words without having to silently say them in your head * help your eyes fixate on the words you are reading in a new and improved way * use lateral vision to look directly at less words, yet still comprehend what you're reading
Free iPad app (limited time): Beginning language learners create a sentence with words or picture symbols, then see the sentence animated! Suitable for special education needs including AAC users and learners with autism, orthopedic impairment, or language disorders. Features: · Select four symbols or words to "write" a sentence.
We’ve all seen the story about using the iPad as a motivator to toilet train a child, which elicits some well-deserved eye rolls from parents, but anyone who is skeptical about the iPad’s ability to help a child learn to manage money and chores, tie...
Today we have a guest reviewer from South Africa. Nikki Heyman is a speech & language therapist with over 22 years of experience. She also has a qualification in remedial education (cum laude), with a special interest in Autism Spectrum...
Bookshare support now includes organizational accounts - Improved VoiceOver support for the blind - Can start speaking text from a chapter, bookmark, or highlight - Can start speaking from a text search result
Listen to PDF and Word documents, articles, eBooks and Web pages with text-to-speech. Integration with Dropbox, Pocket, Instapaper, Bookshare, and Gutenberg. Silky smooth synchronized highlighting and autoscrolling. Rock-solid stability. 55 amazing voices in 20 languages available.
"Meaghan Roper, a junior at Burlington High School, shares a similar story with the iPad. When Meaghan was six years old, she was diagnosed with a visual impairment. In the eighth grade, she started to notice a decline in her vision. She sought out surgery to repair or delay her vision decline, and while successful, the procedure did not hold for very long.
A Transformative Experience
Meaghan recalls her first moments with the iPad and how she and her liaison discovered the variety of new opportunities that this one device presented. One of the first things she used was the ability to invert the colors of the screen. The iPad gives users the opportunity to read predominantly black text on a lighter screen, or to invert the colors and overlay white text on a black screen. This one feature, Meaghan recalls, was "transformative" in her learning of what the iPad could offer her educational experience.
Apps for Every Need
In Meaghan's day-to-day operation of the iPad, she uses several applications to manage her content. It doesn't take her too many apps to get through her school day. She's thankful that, along with transitioning to the iPad, Burlington also married the Google Apps for Education suite with this device. She finds ease in accessing Google Docs from multiple devices and knowing that her work will always be safe, secure and not dependent on a machine's functionality."
Read more about how Meaghan uses apps to support her learning!