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Education & Android?

The Galaxy S III is due to arrive in the U.S. this summer.   This will be one of the cutting edge phones delivered to consumers with a 4.8 inch screen, Android 4.0, as well as an assortment of voice and video tools. The Galaxy S III will even come with its own pen, and…
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Finding Apps for Special Education

This is a quick post.  There are few resources as useful as Technology in Special Education.  Here in one location parents, teachers, therapists, and students can find a wide variety of apps for iOS.   Spend a few minutes here, and the possibilities for education and development appear limitless. Technology in Special Education was recently…
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A Social Stories App?

“Let’s take just one stakeholder example: students with disabilities, as well as their teachers and parents. Autism advocate and software developer Russ Ewell from the Hope Technology Group is excited. “Apple could unlock another door for autism with this breakthrough,” Ewell said. “Parents could create social story books.” So could special education teachers or therapists,…
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Could Apple Revolutionize Special Education?

Let’s take just one stakeholder example: students with disabilities, as well as their teachers and parents. Autism advocate and software developer Russ Ewell from the Hope Technology Group is excited. “Apple could unlock another door for autism with this breakthrough,” Ewell said. “Parents could create social story books.” So could special education teachers or therapists,…