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  • An alternative keyboard for students who have difficulty using a standard keyboard. Provided with six different overlays, teachers can facilitate physical and cognitive access for students to locate letters and numbers.
  • An intel reader converts printed text to digital text and reads it aloud. This equipment enhances independence for people with visual impairments, blindness, or reading learning disabilities.
  • Click-N-Type is an on-screen virtual keyboard designed for anyone that is physically challenged and cannot use a regular keyboard. The physically challenged person would use keystrokes using a trackball, pointing device, or touching the screen.
  • IntelliTalk can be used to track students’ responses to quizs and print student records. Students can combine graphics, text and speech to enhance writing and communication skills.
  • This is a line marker designed for individuals with perceptual or attending disabilities. This transparent strip acts like a highlighter focusing students attention to the line or word being read.
  • AT and UDL

    1. 1. Assistive Technology & Universal Design for Learning: Helping Elementary SchoolChildren Learn to Read and Write Kelly Stoeckle Courtney Tyra Melissa Murphy
    2. 2. Adapted http://www.dickblick.com/categories/ada ptivegrip/details/GripsKMS
    3. 3. http://www.visualedgesb.com/ Slant Boards KMS
    4. 4. http://www.dedicatedteacher.com/estore/search/subindex_html?DIFFICULTY_PROMPT=Staff+Room eBooksKMS
    5. 5. Computershttp://assistivecomputertechnology.com/ KMS
    6. 6. http://www.donjohnston.com/products/draft_builder/index.html DraftKMS Builder
    7. 7. Reading Time CommunicatorCT Enablingdevicesblog.com/tag/steven-kanor
    8. 8. Earbonics www.donjohnton.com/products/earbonics/index.htmlCT
    9. 9. Hip Talk http://blog.eastersealstech.com/communicating-with-assistive-technology/ or http://enablingdevices.com/catalog/assistive_technology_devices_used_in_edCT ucation/hip-talkers/hip-talk-12-wlevels-accessory
    10. 10. Touch Turner www.atto.buffalo.edu/registered/ATBasics/Populations/LowTeach/reading.phpCT
    11. 11. Franklin Speaking Children’s Dictionary and Spell Corrector www.indata/at4all/com/items/itemDetails.aspx?ItemID=2287CT 85
    12. 12. IntelliKeys http://www.synapse-ada.com/intellitools/IntelliKeys.html MMMM
    13. 13. Intel Reader http://www.enablemart.com/Catalog/Closeouts/Intel-Reader-Open-BoxMM
    14. 14. Click-N-Type http://www.lakefolks.org/cnt/ MMMM
    15. 15. IntelliTalk http://www.synapse-ada.com/intellitools/new/IntelliTalk_3.htmMM
    16. 16. Word Window Reading Guide http://www.abledata.com/abledata.cfm?pageid=113583&top=0&productid=1959 42&trail=0MM
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