Assistive Technology in Education

Assistive Technology in Education: Helping All Students Succeed


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Contents ·· Early Childhood ·· iPod Applications ·· Mac OS Accessibility ·· Windows Accessibility ·· Life Skills Class ·· Autistic Children (communication) ·· eBook Readers ·· DAISY Talking Books ·· Physically Handicapped ·· Proloquo2Go ·· Speech Recognition Software ·· Mathematics Class ·· Music Class

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PrefaceEdit

Assistive Technology can make the difference between a successful school experience and a failed one. As disabled students grow, they may be able to find technology that can help them a little bit, that can make up for their disability, or that can help them exceed what they or others ever expected. Assistive technology, or AT, is a field that is changing as fast or faster than the rest of technology used in teaching and learning. This book will initially focus on assistive technology that can be used in a normal classroom.

Table of ContentsEdit

  1. 100% developed  as of July 31, 2009 Contents
  2. 100% developed  as of July 31, 2009 Early Childhood
  3. 100% developed  as of July 31, 2009 iPod Applications
  4. 100% developed  as of July 31, 2009 Mac OS Accessibility
  5. 50% developed  as of March 2, 2010 Windows OS Accessibility
  6. 100% developed  as of July 13, 2009 Life Skills Class
  7. 100% developed  as of July 17, 2009 Communication for non-speaking Autistic Children
  8. 50% developed  as of March 2, 2010 eBook Readers
  9. 100% developed  as of July 17, 2009 DAISY Talking Book Standard
  10. 100% developed  as of July 13, 2009 Physically Handicapped
  11. 50% developed  as of February, 19, 2009 Proloquo2Go
  12. 25% developed  as of February 21, 2010 Speech Recognition Software
  13. 75% developed  as of February 26, 2010 Mathematics Class
  14. 50% developed  as of February 26, 2010 Music Class
  15. 50% developed  as of February 26, 2010 iPad Apps
Last modified on 1 June 2012, at 16:40