Put your kids’ computer smarts to good use with help from Discovery Kids Puterbugs, cartoon characters who bring the letters of the keyboard to life. Hundreds of educational, skill-adjusting activities engage little minds with new content that pops up on the site each week. Keep their skills sharp all summer long.
Featuring letters, reading . . . → Read More: Puterbugs
Use of tablet computers has become increasingly more popular for special education teachers and speech therapists as a powerful special education technology tool for children with special needs, including autistic children and those who have trouble speaking.
Paperclip Robot created BubCaps to answer the demand from educators, therapists, and parents who were having problems . . . → Read More: Special Education Technology
If you are looking for a fun and interactive way to teach your child spelling, the iLearnNEarn is the autism app you want to try. The iLearnNEarn is an autism app based on ABA based intervention. It is designed specifically for individuals with Autism. Autism children learn in different ways. Some benefit from using . . . → Read More: iLearnNEarn Autism App Series ~ Spell Me Lite
Dr. Eitan Schwarz, a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist is the creator of ZillyDilly, the first iPad browser designed for kids.
Dr. Eitan Schwarz (Dr. S) has done extensive research regarding the uses of technology and digital media in therapy with children. With that research, Dr. S has developed ZillyDilly, an app for the . . . → Read More: ZillyDilly
All educators have underachievers from struggling students to gifted students. Two ways that an educator (or parent) can help in these instances are Response to Intervention (RTI) and Differentiated Instruction (DI).
Diverse learners need interventions for differentiated instructions, and one way to achieve this is through online learning. Why? Because not all students learn . . . → Read More: Interventions for Differentiated Instruction
Educators say parents of school-age children should start planning now for preventing the dreaded summer slide.
“The ‘summer slide’ is the information and skills children forget during summer break from the end of one school year to the beginning of the next school year,” says Carrie Scheiner, who created Exploracise (www.exploracise.com), to provide parents . . . → Read More: Start Planning Now to Protect Your Kids from the Dual ‘Summer Slide’
Studies, studies, and studies- this word doesn’t stop following you. Right from the beginning of your school days till you get a job you continue studying. Even after you get your job, you need to study to keep yourself updated. In one word, studies stick to you throughout your life. It should be remembered . . . → Read More: Make Your Student Life Interesting Through Distance Learning