Voice Typing in Google Docs


A key strategy within assistive technology is using what one already has. Now, speech-to-text works variably based on how students speak, but they can learn strategies to be more successful with dictation if it can be an assistive tool given their profiles.

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Google on Apple: Search is Language


To see how the Google Search app can be useful in your interventions, check out this terrific contextual demo centering around one of my favorite places: Cape Cod. Google is pretty much synonymous with search.

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A Few of Our Favorite ISTE-ish Things!


Monica Martinez Design Like a Pro with Google Tools Micah Shippee GeoCraft: Google Geo Tools for Teaching and Creating with Google Earth Kimberley Hall Assistive Technology: differentiate your instruction to include all your students Jim Sill Let's Go On a Virtual-Reality Expedition Together!

Access Your Stuff with Parallels Access

Kathy Schrock

Here are some of the ideas that were submitted: I would use Parallels Access to demo our subscription to Questia to our 9th grade students, who are piloting an iPad program for us. I provide Ed Tech and Assistive Technology support to students with disabilities. Parallels Access screenshot Parallels Access is the coolest new program for your iPad and your Mac or Windows computer! It allows you to work with all of the programs that are on your computer on your iPad!