Today’s Links 02/07/2013

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Data Collection on the iPad

data collection apps

Looking for ways to collect student data on your iPad?  Here are a couple of resources for you.

Check out this Pinterest board with a bunch of data collection apps:

Or you can create a Google form and fill it out on your iPad:

Today’s Links 01/12/2013

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Today’s Links 01/05/2013

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Today’s Links 01/04/2013

  • info and links to all sorts of free assistive technologies

    tags: assistivetechnology sped elementary middle high tools free software

  • “Children with dyslexia can have trouble with many aspects of literacy, including learning the alphabet, recognizing letters, following a sequence of directions and mastering the rules of spelling. Having a son with dyslexia, we tried many things to help him with his frustrations. We used a lot of compensatory techniques and one web-based program that is now an app. Here are six apps that aim to help kids and adults with dyslexia.”

    tags: dyslexia elementary middle high ipad apps sped

  • free software “The Angle Mouse is a pointing facilitation technique that runs quietly in the background and improves the efficiency and ease of mouse pointing, especially for people with motor impairments. The Angle Mouse is a target-agnostic pointing facilitation technique that works by continually adjusting the control-display (C-D) gain based on how coherent (straight) or divergent (angular) the mouse movement is. When the mouse moves straight, the gain is kept high, but when the mouse corrects abruptly, often near targets, the gain is dropped, making targets bigger in motor-space.”

    tags: free software sped assistivetechnology elementary middle high

  • links to various blogs related to special education topics

    tags: sped elementary middle high blogs professionaldevelopment

  • $29.99 app “This assistive technology application supplements or replaces speech for people with spoken language difficulties. The HandySpeech iPad app helps people with one or more speech or language impairments, including autism, stuttering, stroke, muscular dystrophy, post-operative voice difficulties, and others. Users write what they want to say in any one of 13 languages and the software converts the handwriting into speech. HandySpeech was created by 12-year-old Eric Zeiberg who was inspired by his sister, Julie, an autistic young girl with speech disabilities. “

    tags: app assistivetechnology elementary middle high professionaldevelopment sped speech autism ipad

  • The Night Zookeeper project is available throughout the year and includes the following features:
    • Video chat: The Night Zookeeper will awaken children’s imaginations by taking them deep into his magical zoo.
    • Animal aerobics: Get active and understand how the amazing creatures in the zoo move and sound.
    • Creative thinking workshops: Learn design thinking skills, which enable them to produce original and creative ideas.
    • Art workshops: Work with a variety of artistic media to create their animals and habitats.
    • Creative writing: Develop unique characters and write adventure stories set in the Night Zoo.
    • Digital art sessions: Learn how to use crop, cut and paste tools to add another dimension to original artwork.
    • Animal fact finding: Discover amazing facts about the animal kingdom. “

    tags: writing elementary reading zoo animals science languagearts interactive

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Donna Murray – Digital Teaching and Learning Consultant