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Vicki Davis

The App | Outlines Outloud - 14 views

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    This app converts study notes to speech. This might be an app that some of you are interested in trying out for your special needs students. "OutlinesOutloud takes the sting out of studying by converting your study outlines to spoken audio. Super-flexible playback controls let you vary speech rate; jump forward and backward with ease, skip rows or whole sections, loop-and more!"
Vicki Davis

Dislecksia: The Movie | A Film by Harvey Hubbell V #spedchat - 3 views

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    A new movie is coming out on OCtober 4 that is a documentary seeking to counter popular misconceptions about Dyslexia. With Dyslexic celebrities like Billy Bob Thornton, Richard Branson and others Barbara Corcoran, and Sir Richard Branson along with Dyslexic director Harvey Hubbel. For special ed teachers and parents, you'll want to keep up with this and help debunk common myths. As a Mom of a dyslexic myself, I want to help people realize that many with this become very successful.
Vicki Davis

apps2achieve - 8 views

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    Another 20% project. These students are talking about the apps to encourage and help those with disabilities.
Vicki Davis

Fine Motor and Handwriting Development Activities for @spedchat @kinderchat - 4 views

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    This is a great lesson that is perfect for kindergarten and first grade or students with fine motor problems. 
Vicki Davis

Floe animation for Open Education Week | Open Education Week - 3 views

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    If you want to understand what FLOE does and how it can help you use free resources to help all learners, then you can watch this video. This is for everyone in special education and especially those developing curriculum for those in special education. The first year it is free and after that they do charge for the service, I believe.
Vicki Davis

Ceri Williams (cerirwilliams) on Twitter - 1 views

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    Ceri is from the UK and is going to live demo a program he's written for Kinect (that he plans to give away for free) that emulates the program Soundbeam. This program lets you move parts of your body and plays music and is going to be an incredible thing to use for special ed students with the Kinect. This is his twitter handle. Follow him to Keep up with what he's doing.
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