Over the past couple of months, I have collected apps used with students with autism from educators, therapists, families, and students themselves. Each day I will feature an app or 2 with some information about the app. While there are 1000s of apps out there, this will be focused so that by the end of the month you have some new apps and/or new ideas on how to use apps.
Our school is blessed to have an Art Teacher, Karli, who not only understands art, she also understands how to integrate technology into her curriculum for our students with special needs. Recently, she shared with me some great things they have been doing in the Young Adult Program with photography. Here is what Karli has to say: “The first class we discussed and looked at examples of famous photographs, digital photography, and.
Day 12: Jumping ahead one day since I will not be at work tomorrow! Check out the link below for our most downloaded app! Thanks for all of the reads and all of the suggested apps, many of which I will feature upcoming. Have a happy holiday! Mark 🙂 Day 11: Our 2nd most downloaded app is a great app for visual schedules, visual prompting, and improving other related skills. Day 10:.
Thank you to my friends at TCEA for this wonderful and comprehensive list of holiday related resources! No matter which holidays you choose to celebrate, December is a wonderful time of year. Make sure your students and staff are all in the holiday spirit with some of these fun websites below. While studying a holiday tradition, person, or event, have your students jump over to the Trading Card Creator to.
During an upcoming meeting with my staff, I will be showing some of the neat AR things you can do with the iPad. We have looked at Aurasma extensively but will now focus on a couple of fun ones including AR Basketball and Fetch! Lunch Rush. Fetch! allows you to play an AR style game while learning math concepts (addition and subtraction), as well as cooperating and working together to.