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Mitch Weisburgh

Spedcast - 4 views

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    really good sped blog
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Special Education Apps - 10 views

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    links to special ed apps
Mitch Weisburgh

A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet: iPad Apps for Autistic Students - 8 views

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    iPad Apps for Autistic Students
Mitch Weisburgh

Apps Worth Every Penny - Handy Tips from TeacherRicks - 18 views

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    list of apps that cost money but are worth it
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Scribble Press for iPad on the iTunes App Store - 0 views

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     app for the iPad that allows the user to create ebooks.  There are over 50 story templates (If I Were a Superhero, for example), or you can create your own.  
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Educational and Assistive Technology Consulting Services - EdTech Associates - 2 views

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    10 apps for special ed
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iPhone, iPad and iPod touch Apps for (Special) Education | Speech-Language Pathology Sh... - 12 views

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    Special Education applications by type
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Let Your Fingers Learn - 5 views

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    live binder of SPED apps
Mitch Weisburgh

Apps - 4 views

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    really good listing of assistive technology apps
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Response to Intervention / Response to Instruction (RTI): New Ways to Identify Specific... - 8 views

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    resources and answers to common questions about SPED and RTI
Mitch Weisburgh

Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org: Plurk Powwow - Text2Speech Software Solutions - 4 views

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    blog article on text to speech software
Mitch Weisburgh

Educational games Childtopia - 10 views

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    This site offers a variety of children's stories that children can listen to while they watch scenes or graphics corresponding to the story. Besides the stories, there are both listening and reading comprehension sections for each story. Both the audio and the text are available. As the story is being read, the words are highlighted on the page. Also available is the full screen option for the story. The reading comprehension questions use both aural and text format and also use an interesting illustration to capture the reader/listener's attention.This site offers a variety of children's stories that children can listen to while they watch scenes or graphics corresponding to the story. Besides the stories, there are both listening and reading comprehension sections for each story. Both the audio and the text are available. As the story is being read, the words are highlighted on the page. Also available is the full screen option for the story. The reading comprehension questions use both aural and text format and also use an interesting illustration to capture the reader/listener's attention.
Mitch Weisburgh

Signed Stories Home Page - ITV Signed Stories - 4 views

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    The goal of Signed Stories is to increase the literacy of deaf children; however, it is a great resource for all children. After choosing a story, you will see the text, hear the story and see it in sign language. Almost 100 titles are available and can be searched by topic or by browsing all titles.The goal of Signed Stories is to increase the literacy of deaf children; however, it is a great resource for all children. After choosing a story, you will see the text, hear the story and see it in sign language. Almost 100 titles are available and can be searched by topic or by browsing all titles.
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    Use stories on the interactive whiteboard or projector to teach story elements - pause as the story is read to allow students to retell details to the stopping point then make predictions of what will happen next. Help students understand disabilities and adaptations to disabilities through watching the stories being told in sign language. Use stories on the interactive whiteboard or projector to teach story elements - pause as the story is read to allow students to retell details to the stopping point then make predictions of what will happen next. Help students understand disabilities and adaptations to disabilities through watching the stories being told in sign language.
Mitch Weisburgh

The Comic Book Project - 2 views

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    Classes create a comic book. Can include PD and professional editing of the kids work.
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COMICS IN THE CLASSROOM: - 1 views

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    List of graphic novels and comics for younger readers
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TYC_V4N1_BriodyMcGarry.pdf (application/pdf Object) - 2 views

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    using social stories to ease children's transitions
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Using Technology to Support Diverse Learners - 5 views

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    links to a slide show, handouts, and related materials for professional developers (technology coordinators and inclusion teachers) that are helping teachers integrate technology into the curriculum to support diverse learners.
Mitch Weisburgh

Byrdseed Gifted Classroom Ideas - 11 views

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    resources and lesson plans for gifted kids
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