Brian Norton, Manager of Clinical Assistive Technology, at Easter Seals Crossroads, shows us shows us the Mod Math app. This app is a worksheet that helps keep math work organized. http://www.modmath.com/ Check it out here:
From childhood through adulthood, many individuals face challenges in reading. Fortunately, there are assistive technology options available to help these individuals. For some students, “simply hearing passages aloud is enough to understand them. Other students need leveled text.” The creators behind Snap&Read Universal believe that a reading accommodation should do both. So what exactly is Snap&Read […]
Technology has opened up a whole new world for individuals with a myriad of learning disabilities. It’s made practicing academic skills more exciting with educational games, in addition to making the classroom more accessible overall with apps like SnapType. Several educational professionals have noted the advantages of these applications and more, and have set out to […]
Craig shows us how to use the bookmarks feature in Kurzweil 3000. Check it out! To learn more about the Kurzweil 3000 program, visit the Kurzweil Education website.
Did you know the term “dyslexia” is derived from the Latin word “dys,” which translates to difficult, and the Greek word “lexia,” which translates to words? Therefore, the meaning of dyslexia literally translates to “difficulty with words.” Roughly 10 percent of the world’s population is affected by this learning disability, which makes it difficult to read and write. Dutch […]
In its simplest form, writing is recording and it comes from the human desire to communicate. Furthermore, the best writing goes deeper and transforms an idea from the writer’s mind into words. However, for some individuals, there is a wall between the idea and conveying it into words; this barrier is often built by grammar and spelling difficulties and as […]