Early Childhood

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The author of this blog post answers a question regarding a child who is “a very slow reader“ and who “also has a really tough time with writing.” The parent believes the child may have dyslexia. Education Fellow Jessica Millstone discusses how a parent might work with their school to...

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Federal law requires school districts to consider whether a child needs assistive technology. But who covers the cost of these devices? Parents or the school district? What about Medicaid or private health insurance? Are there any other ways to make assistive technology more affordable? Education Fellow Jessica Millstone answers these...

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A number of fact sheets on dysgraphia are available to read, print, or download from the International Dyslexia Association. Titles include: Understanding Dysgraphia ; Helpful Terminology ; Spelling; Dyslexia and Related Disorders ; Dysgraphia ; Orton-Gillingham-Based and/or Structured Multi-sensory Language Approaches . https://socal.dyslexiaida.org/about-dysgraphia/dysgraphia-fact-sheets/

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'Mission Control’ is an interactive computer access device that may replace current switch-related technology. Easy to use for all children, Mission Control replaces the standard keyboard, mouse, and on/off switches by providing a single switch and multi-function use. Designed for use with the parent company's “Cosmo’s Play and Learn” software...

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Access to instruction means everything if struggling readers are to keep pace with their grade-level peers. AIM-VA blog readers love our stories about chosen apps and websites that help to by-pass textbooks, trade books or other traditional learning materials in print when they prove to be barriers to learning. This...

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This article discusses hearing assistive technology (HATS), frequency modulation (FM) and other technology and issues around children with hearing impairments in school. The article answers the following questions: Are there special considerations for children? What do FM systems do for children in schools? Are there other HATS used in schools?...

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The Zumo Learning System by Zyrobotics is a learning system that makes apps switch accessible so everyone can use them. In the box is Zumo the Turtle, an Android Tablet in a kid proof case which comes pre-loaded with Zyrobotics apps. The Zumo system aims to motivate kids at an...

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Differentiation is more than strategies and more practical than a pedagogical ideal. Here is a companion post to a presentation at an ASCD Conference. The article and the list of referenced articles at the end debunk myths about differentiation with solutions that offer success to diverse learners under challenging conditions....

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This is the Spanish version of the two-page document that helps Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) teams discuss and document the assistive technology needs of a child. This document was designed to be used with children from birth to three years of age. It was created for PACER Center’s Technology...

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This is the Spanish version of the two-page document that helps Individualized Education Program (IEP) teams discuss and document assistive technology needs. This resource was designed to be used with children who are three to five years old. The document was created for PACER Center’s Technology to Improve Kids’ Educational...

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