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Presentation about using technology with special education students. Collaboration between special ed and librarians.

Presentation about using technology with special education students. Collaboration between special ed and librarians.

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    • 1. Self Contained and Boundless Do you feel left out of technology in the self contained classroom? Come view different ways to access and adapt technology for your students. Examples will include IPAD use, virtual field trips, assistive technology, Flip Cams, Smore flyers and more. Candace Shockley & Tamara Cox -Palmetto Middle School,
    • 2. Parent Communication
    • 3. Literacy Tools
    • 4. Research Hi-Lo Nonfiction
    • 5. Apps http://www.ipodsibilities.com/iPodsibilities/SpEd_Apps. html http://teacherswithapps.com/12-best-special-needs- apps-of-2012/
    • 6. Apps • Photo Concepts • The Odyssey • Cookie Maker • Autism Xpress • Lucky Dance • ABA Apps • Zoom • Love Booth • Splatter HD • See Touch Learn • Music Sparkle • Balloon Darts • Clean Up • Sky Burger • Touch & Say • Glow Coloring • Flashcards • Things That Go Together • Meritum Paint • Going Places • Brainhive • Singing Fingers • Find Me (Autism) • Toontastic • Poke Me!HD • Art of Glow • Squeeze • BrainPOP • Draw Stars • GoTalk Now • Pocket Pond • Candy Count • PBS Kids
    • 7. Virtual Field Trips
    • 8. Other Web 2.0 tools
    • 9. Assistive Technology
    • 10. Flipped Classroom
    • 11. Social Media • #spedchat Tuesdays at 8:30 • Follow these folks: @autismspeaks • @SpecialEDNeeds • @assistivetech • @Room5Friends • @Education_IEP Recommended Special ed blogs: 1. Reality 101 CEC’s Blog for New Teachers http://www.cecreality101.org/ 2. Special 2 Me http://specialedandme.wordpress.com/ 3. Special Education Strategies and More http://michellespecialeducation.blogspot.com/ • Twitter connection with Boy + Bot author
    • 12. Contact Us Tamara Cox, coxt@anderson1.k12.sc.us @coxtl http://e-literatelibrarian.blogspot.com Candace Shockley shockleyc@anderson1.k12.sc.us @candaceshockley