Monthly Archives: October 2011

Special Education Apps

          iPad iTouch Apps-for-Special-Education   This file provides an large list of apps for special education and is organized by the following categories: communication, organization, reading, writing, math, music, art, song, game and accessibility. Sharing Timer … Continue reading

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My Prezi Adventure

The title of this blog probably should be the same as my advocacy assignment, Communication Apps for Learning, however I feel like I spent an unplanned and inordinate amount of time acclimating myself to Prezi. I am happy that I … Continue reading

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A Digital World

“Conceptual leverage” is an interesting concept when thinking about how to promote digital fluency. Intel’s computer clubhouse has some great success stories that highlight students who have learned to utilize technology to create and design. Conceptual leverage came in the … Continue reading

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QR Codes

I did a quick search on Google to see what resources came up on QR codes in education. I found a free website called: http://qrcode.kaywa.com/ I tried out for myself one simple application of QR codes in education. It is pretty … Continue reading

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Learning by Design

This morning I sat down to do some reading. Willingham’s point of view that teachers are better off applying Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences (MI) to content versus students got me thinking about eLearning and the principals of Universal Design … Continue reading

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Case Study Link

After a little searching, I found a free site that hosts Powerpoints, so here is my case study. I chose to focus on Proloquo2Go which is a communication app that works on iPads, iPod Touch, and iPhones. Schools are starting … Continue reading

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