Assistive Technologies. Updated Chart of The Best iPad Apps for Learners with Special Needs. Apps for Special Needs. Rewordify.com: Understand what you read. Actively Learn. Natural Reader: Free Text to Speech Online with Natural Voices. The Tech Edvocate’s List of 13 Assistive Technology Apps, Tools and Resources - The Tech Edvocate. Autism Apps. Talk4Me. Talk4Me is an app that lets you easily communicate with your children even if they are young, they have autism or speaking issues.
Thanks to the visual tool that Talk4Me is, your children will be able to communicate with you in a very simple way. Just selecting one of the many available images, you will see in the screen not just the name of the object but also you will listen to the pronunciation of what you have selected. Reading Machine – Full Install on the App Store. Gerlingo - Write in Style. Easy Spelling Aid - Dyslexia - Translator - iOS - Android - App. Special Education Apps. Learning Difficulties and Special Needs Guide.
Free Learning Tools. Teachers With Apps - Because Not All Apps Are Created Equal. Apps for Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities. 2017 iPad App Toolbox for Special Education — Craig Smith. To start the 2017 school year, I thought it was time to summarise some of the key iPad apps that our school will be using across our classrooms.
These apps address both core competency needs (communication, social skills, emotional regulation) and academic needs. The apps are predominantly pitched at the early childhood and primary school years as this is the majority population of our school, with some apps that are very effective in our high school classes as well. If you know of any apps that I haven’t listed here that you think should be in a Special Educators toolbox for 2017, leave them in the comments below and I’ll add them to this page.
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