Think "Out of the Box" Assistive Technology #SXSWedu

EdTechSandyK

Notes from SXSWedu 2012 panel discussion/concurrent session. Microsoft has been working with Kinect technology and autistic students. Technology removes barriers and helps them interact with the world. assistive technology special education specialed sxswedu Differentiation techniques for sped or GT students work with ALL kids; when you learn methods to use with students who have special learning needs, you learn how to best teach all children.

Appy-Picking Month: Introducing ATEval2Go!

SpeechTechie

apps assistive technology evaluation I am very excited about a recent release, an app I helped develop for Smarty Ears Apps - ATEval2Go !

Mobile Learning Experience 2012 - April 11-13 in Phoenix, Arizona

The Mobile Native

Excited about mobile technology for learning and teaching? Then join me for Mobile Learning Experience 2012 April 11-13 in Phoenix, Arizona. It''s my pleasure to be on the team organizing Mobile Learning Experience 2012. Registration for Mobile Learning Experience 2012 is open. You can save $200 if you register before January 20, 2012. Please consider applying to present a session at Mobile Learning 2012.

Visuals and Movement are Key to Science-based Language

SpeechTechie

headings, figures, photos, sidebars, captions) here have helped the student, as does the work of Fang (2012) who outlined how science texts have tons of: -Nominalization (e.g. 2012). This website is 7 years old this month! Wow, another blog-iversary!

How Tablet Games Can Teach Skills to Students with Visual Impairments

Edsurge

Schultz has taken a career in building special needs software and games for people who are blind or have low vision into ObjectiveEd, a new endeavor at a time when investor interest in educational tools and investor interest in assistive technology are apparently on the rise.

EdTech that transforms access for physically disabled students

Neo LMS

Undoubtedly eye-gaze technology has created the greatest advance in access for people with serious immobility such as those suffering paralysis or ALS. In fact eye-gaze technology is now being preferred even by students with limited mobility due to its increasing accuracy and ease-of-use.