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Don Johnston Assistive Technology

Don Johnston Assistive Technology
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Inclusive TLC - APPlicator - switch interface InclusiveTLC is a major educational supplier of assistive technology products. Our extensive worldwide knowledge and experience in the special needs arena has brought together an excellent range of assistive technology solutions. Latest Products Variant price modifier: Base price with tax: Discount: Tax amount: Switch2Scan APPlicator Matrix Maker Plus Smoothie Switches

Online Courses Page EASI is a non-profit organization, commited to the belief that students and professionals with disabilities have the same right to access information technology as everyone else. The information technology revolution combined with adaptive applications for people with disabilities provides us with the opportunity to give students and professionals the most level learning and working space in history. EASI delivers month-long, online courses about designing information systems that will facilitate institutions in achieving this exciting dream. Join the EASI E-mail Announcement Listserv to Keep UP on What's Next! Certificate in Accessible Information Technology Everyone who completes an EASI course will receive an EASI document of completion for that course. EASI takes pride in taking the jargon and mystery out of making information technology accessible without sacrificing the look and feel of the content. EASI Annual Webinar Membership Program Read how membership can help you! Top of page May

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SEN Switcher SENSwitcher is a suite of programs designed to help teach early ICT skills to people with profound and multiple learning difficulties, those who need to develop skills with assistive input devices and very young children new to computers. SEN Switcher is an online switch enabled application which targets ICT skills from purely experiential through cause and effect, switch building, timed activation, targeting and row scanning. SENSwitcher has been designed as a progressive teaching and assessment tool and is accompanied by an 18 page set of teachers notes together with assessment records, developmental skills progression models and small step checklists linked to the QCA P Levels for ICT. The program is available FREE to teachers, parents, care workers, if fact anyone who wants to use it.

BATS blind audio tactile mapping We are no longer working on BATS. The source code is availabe to anyone who would like to use it but the executables have been removed. NOTICE: The current version WILL work on Windows 95 or 98. If you have Win95 please make sure that you upgrade your DirectX to 8.0 version. You can do so by downloading and running this DirectX installer. Please note that this release is an early version of the software, and that we are still working to implement many aspects of the software. Your feedback about our software is invaluable. To get started using BATS, follow these directions: Download the software from the link listed after these instructions. Example Maps In the future, we hope to start a community map repository on our website. Right now, three example maps are included in the BATS download. Source Code All of the BATS source code, both for the demos and for the full version, is available for immediate download under the Academic Free License. Old Downloads North Carolina Demo Videos

GAfE 4 Littles PLN – EdTech – Christine Pinto GAfE 4 Littles stands for Google Apps for Education for primary aged students (TK-3rd). GAfE implementation is occurring in upper grades, but is still on the rise in primary grades. If you are a primary teacher and want to start implementing introducing GAfE to your littles, you are going to want to be collaborating with other teachers who are already using GAfE or have ideas! You have your colleagues at your school site you can turn to, and probably teachers at other schools. Your professional learning network (PLN) can go beyond your district. Refrain your laugh…..Twitter is one of the best things I have done for myself professionally.

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