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Alternative Pencils - Blog - 0 views

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    Toby Scott' awesome information resource on alternative writing tools for students with disabilities.
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Alternative Pencils - 1 views

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    Toby Scott's alternative pencils website is full of great ideas, video examples, and more. Great site to educate yourself to possibilities for students with significant disabilities.
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KateAhernESMA - Alternative Pencils - 1 views

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    Compilation of alternative. Especially helpful for getting students with significant disabilities writing.
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10 Things Every Teacher Should Know How To Do With Google Docs - Edudemic - 0 views

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    Overview of useful features for teachers using Google Docs in the classroom. Greatest instructional advantages: easy collaboration, easy feedback options either as voice or written comments, and track changes.
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The Writer Automaton, Switzerland - 0 views

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    Remarkable writing technology created 240-yrs ago by Swiss watchmaker.
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TypingClub - 0 views

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    Typing requires teaching if you want to keep the tool from getting in the way of children's thinking. Here's a free way to get started.
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YouTube - Paul Smith -- Typewriter Artist - 0 views

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    Video of really interesting use of typewriter by artist with cerebral palsy.
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Republican Lies by Dee Scruntled Voter :: bookr ::pimpampum - 0 views

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    Bookr is a free writing tool. You can easily insert pictures from Flickr, add pages to make longer book. User-friendly. No supports for kids with disabilities, but one more place for parent-child or teacher-child co-construction and conversation. Can't beat the price.
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Educreations Interactive Whiteboard for iPad on the iTunes App Store - 0 views

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    Slick iPad app intended for teaching, and certainly useful in that regard. But think about the writing and digital storytelling possibilities. Write or draw freehand, import photos or images, type text, record audio, share via email. Saves as a video (which captures process).
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Finding Emilie - Radiolab - 0 views

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    Leaving aside the gross incompetence of a medical staff that thinks the only way to communicate is by hearing and talking, this is a fascinating true story by Radiolab. Emile is locked in her body following a horrific traffic accident. Her boyfriend finally figures out how to communicate with her by spelling with his finger on her wrist.
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Tar Heel Reader - 1 views

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    Remarkable resource for beginning readers, their families, and teachers of beginning readers. Tens of 1000's of digital books that can be read online with or without speech support or downloaded for use offline. Each book can be accessed using multiple interfaces, including touch screens, the IntelliKeys with custom overlays, and 1 to 3 switches. Parents and professionals may write their own books as well, a great way to create materials targeted to the specific interests of a child or student.
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