Technology Tools

We found 286 resources (Showing 261-270 of 286)
Website
website

Raising and Educating a Deaf Child was the name of a book aimed at parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. This website with the same name is a resource for parents, much as the book was. The author of the book is a major presence on...

Website
website

Magic Ear Kids is a blog by the mother of a child with mild-to-moderate hearing loss. Also an aide in special education, she offers a unique perspective on issues relating to hearing loss, both that of her daughter and of other children and adults. She deals with day-to-day issues, including...

Website
website

Khan Academy is an excellent site for both students and teachers. The non-profit Khan Academy website provides 10-20 minute videos on math, science, humanities, history, and a wide range of other topics. The site is continually expanded with new content videos. The site aims to cover the core standards, and...

Website
website

Flocabulary is an online learning tool that delivers educational hip-hop songs and videos to students in grades K-12. It is subscription based, available at a low cost of $5 per month. It takes an approach to reading and vocabulary development that is accessible for older students who may struggle with...

Website
website

Communication Matters is a UK-based organization specializing in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) resources, training, and research. Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, Communication Matters offers several free resources to families and AAC professionals. The "Focus On . . ." booklet series is free to download (PDF) and includes several small leaflets...

Website
website

When it comes to the complexities of parenting a child with a disability, blogs like Dana Nieder's "Uncommon Sense" are a refreshing source of accessible, family-friendly resources. "Uncommon Sense" is first and foremost a family blog and the posts are geared toward families of children with special needs rather than...

Website
website

Authored by the North Carolina Assistive Technology Program, The Assistive Technology Daily (AT Daily) is part of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. Since March of 2011, they have been following emerging technologies and providing overviews and links to more in-depth information on...

Website
website

Teachers with Apps is a group of individuals who consult and/or field test apps that are being developed for use by children who learn better with technology. Teachers and software developers who create apps for the iPad can pay a fee to Teachers with Apps to receive a consultation, or...

Website
website

KinderTown is a free application for iPhone and iPad designed to help parents find the best educational software for children ages 3-6 years. KinderTown is staffed by educators and parents and every app on the KinderTown lists is reviewed by educators, parents, and children. By focusing on preschool and kindergarten...

Website
website

The videos and podcasts on AssistiveWare User Videos highlight various people with disabilities using Assistiveware products. The videos/podcasts show people across the life span engaging in meaningful occupations, and the power of assistive technologies for computer access. There are also newsletters written by those who use the AT solutions seen...

Pages