Some Places to Start for AT
Voycabulary.com to obtain definitions of unfamiliar words
Touchscreens.com for touch screens instead of a mouse
SpecialED.about.com is Special Education Blog
Education.families.com/blog/category/134/ for accommodations
State.ct.gov/sde/site for parents and teacher communication and resources
What are your favorites?
At Goanimate, you can make animated cartoons like cartooning student writing. This can help motivate students to write and then hear their writing.
At Glogpedia, you can make cool on-line posters. This can include students creating vocabulary word posters.
At Kidblog, students can blog by class safely. You can use it as a writing journal
At Study Stack, you can create an on-line flash card generator which will turns flashcards into 18 different on-line games including hangman, crosswords, etc.
At Quizlet, you can create an on-line flash cards and quizzes from those cards.
At Free Guides from Free Technology for Teachers, you can look through resources for Chromebooks and Google docs.
At Best of the Web for #TLC13 from Free Technology for Teachers, you can look through resources from Teaching & Learning Conference with cool new resources.
At Sketchboard on Google Drive, you can use the free app to create sketches, posters and pictures through Google drive.
At Draw.io on Google Drive, you can use the free app to create posters, idea maps, and pictures through Google drive.
At Test and Worksheet Generators for Math Teachers, you can create lots of amazing worksheets tailored to your needs in seconds! It is fantastic for creating group work or practice sets for you math classes.
Here is a worksheet that I already Created
According to the Association of Educational Therapists:
What is Educational Therapy?Educational Therapy offers children and adults with learning disabilities and other learning challenges a wide range of intensive, individualized interventions designed to remediate learning problems.
Educational therapy demystifies learning problems and stimulates clients’ awareness of their strengths so they can use those strengths to best advantage to overcome or compensate for areas of weakness.
Educational therapists create and implement a treatment plan that utilizes information from a variety of sources including the client’s social, emotional, psychoeducational, and neuropsychological context.