David Frye introduces us to an app that translates language in real-time called Word Lens. This FREE app could be used in a myriad of ways. Check it out!
In order to obtain success in academia, a student with a learning disability has a few extra challenges to conquer first. Common symptoms that students with learning disabilities often exhibit include: Difficulty with reading and/or writing Problems with math skills Trouble following directions Difficulty remembering Poor coordination Difficulty with concepts related to time Problems staying organized […]
Without a doubt, technology offers endless benefits for people of all ages and backgrounds. It is often being implemented in the classroom as it has been proven useful among students, especially those with special needs. Because there are so many technological resources available, I felt it best to break them down into a series of blogs with specific categories. Welcome […]
David Frye shows us a handy portable headset from LG. Check it out! For more information on this product, check out the LG Tone Headset page here.
By now a majority of individuals have heard of some form of wearable technology such as the smartwatch or Google Glass. A tech company in India called Ducere Tech, recently presented a newer form of wearable technology: smart shoes. The shoes are called Lechal, which translates as “take me there” in Hindi. The shoes possess a lot of potential especially for individuals […]
Many companies offer several augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices to help individuals with autism spectrum and developmental disorders. However, with the increased use and versatility of tablets, the demand for downloadable AAC applications has elevated. Individuals at Purdue University have created an app called SPEAKall!® which can be downloaded from the App Store to one’s iPad. This app was specifically designed to […]