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This case study highlights TeachTown, a system incorporating therapeutic curriculum aimed at children with autism and other special populations developmentally aged 2-7, and shows how collaborative research based on solid relationships can sustain a challenging study in one of the nation’s largest and most diverse school districts, Los Angeles Unified....

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Apps for Children with Special Needs is a website intended for families and carers of children with special needs and also the educators and therapists who support them. The site provides reviews and instructional videos illustrating how each app functions. Apps 4 Children with Special Needs also raises funds to...

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EmergingEdTech is a blog started by Kelly Walsh, currently Chief Information Officer at The College of Westchester in White Plains, NY. He began by committing to research and write about a new relevant topic each week, and invites contributions from others. The result is a wealth of diverse resources to...

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Published by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, or ASHA, this article looks at how people communicate and examines different ways to approximate those communications using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices. It explains different methods to represent language in AAC systems such as: single meaning pictures, alphabet based systems, and semantic...

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Hoonuit (Formerly Atomic Learning) Professional Development courses provide web-based training for assistive technology professionals in K-12 and Higher Education settings. Hoonuit provides continuous and in-depth resources to support ongoing learning to meet the PD requirements redefined by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). There are many modules to choose from,...

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Created by Danielle Reed M.S., CCC-SLP, Sublime Speech is a blog packed with freebies and do-it-yourself activities. The author uses high- and low-tech materials in her work with children; much of the low-tech is reproducible at home, and everything that she reviews has a detailed description, examples of how it...

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Multimedia materials and resources can provide multiple representations of concepts that are more meaningful to students who are deaf or hard of hearing. This CITEd Research in Brief article builds on Parton’s (2006) solid review of multimedia use across the curriculum for deaf students and presents strategies for implementing multimedia...

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Maily was designed for young children from 4 years and older. It allows them to send personalized emails to mom and dad, their grandparents or close friends easily, rapidly, and securely. To create and send their own emails kids can use digital pencils, brushes, photos, personalized backgrounds, stickers, and short...

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This issue focuses on the basics of switches and how infants and toddlers use switches to accomplish tasks, control their environment, communicate and socialize. Included are also suggestions on using switches during activities and routines, switch placement, and where switches can be found.

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The use of Assistive Technology (AT) to support socialization as well as suggestions on how to use social stories to teach social skills and use picture schedules as visual representations of a specific activity or routine are the focus of this issue. Also included are feeling charts to teach...

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