Tuesday, May 18, 2010

iPods in the Classroom? A Primer for Parents

Parents, educators and assistive technology pros are abuzz about ways to use Apple’s iPod Touch and iPhone to support special education students in the classroom. With the release of Apple’s new larger iPad, the potential for these supports has now expanded to help children and adults who have difficulty using small screens. Here’s what you need to know to help your kids learn with these types of new assistive technology devices. Read my article published in the latest issue of the FCSN Newsline:

iPods in the Classroom, from FCSN Newsline Spring 2010

List of  Special Education Apps (repost)

Coming soon - My Step by Step Guide to Adapting an iPad for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities!

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