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iPhone, iPad and iPod touch Apps for (Special) Education

iPhone, iPad and iPod touch Apps for (Special) Education
Speech and Language Apps IconApp Title App Description ABA FlashCardsIn this set of 52 images, learn actions via text, photo, and realaudio.ArtikPixArtikPix - FullIn the free/full versions, ArtikPix has flashcard and matchingactivities with 913 possible double-sided cards to practicespeech articulation in words and sentences.CommunicationSkills HDVisual modeling of communication skills.DAF AssistantDelayed auditory feedback and frequency shifting to helpimprove stuttering.EverydaySocial Skills HDVisual modeling of social skills.DecibelOn devices with a built-in mic, shows decibel level.

iCell for iPad Gives Students 3D Views of Cells iCell is a free iPad app developed by the Hudson Alpha Institute for Biotechnology. The app provides students with 3D models of plant, animal, and bacteria cells. Each cell model can be viewed in detail by zooming in and rotating the model on your iPad. Students can learn about the parts of the cells by tapping on them to reveal their labels and a brief description of that part’s function. There are a basic, intermediate, and advanced description options. Back-to-School Guide for Dyslexic Students: Apps and More With the school year fast approaching (or already in full swing) here are my favorite apps and products for accessibility. Hopefully these apps and products will help make the school year successful for those needing assistive technology to support their reading and writing. This list is geared toward students with dyslexia but many of the apps and products can also benefit other students. To learn more about any of these products or apps click on the accompanying link. Kurzweil 3000

The 55 Best Free Education Apps For iPad Finding apps isn’t difficult. Finding education apps is only a bit more challenging. Finding free education apps is also possible. Finding free education apps worth downloading is a different story entirely. iDevices in the Special Education Classroom A number of built-in accessibility features, tools, and add-ons are helping to prompt Apple's iPad into the classroom. Now, the push to get textbooks accessed through this device to get rid of all those heavy books, ah, it is happening!! With a text reader and highlighter, this will really be something worth talking about. Students learn in different ways. The iPad can provide visual, audio and tactile learning; reaching many students’ learning styles.

'The Particles' iPad App Is a Physics Geek's Dream What with the Higgs boson making headlines all the time, everyone's heard of this so-called Standard Model in physics, but how many people really know what it is? Now anyone with an iPad or Windows 8 tablet can dive into the world of particle physics in a comprehensive and well-organized app simply called "The Particles." Lest you think Science Photo Library's The Particles is nothing but impenetrable text and equations, fear not: The five main categories of particles are displayed on the app's main page in a colorful pie chart that responds to finger swipes by rotating. Since each of the five pie pieces moves independently, the menu also functions as a kind of "chaos pinwheel" — a detail that's sure to amuse.

Accessibility 7 Creative Apps That Allow Students To Show What They Know 7 Creative Apps That Allow Students To Show What They Know by Tony Vincent, While there are so many iPad apps that deliver content, one of the best uses for technology in education is to make something with what you’re learning.