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  • tablets have become the new normal
    as a result - everyone wants to discuss apps.
  • Workbook: Refer to Appendix 1 in back of workbook – “A Brief Introduction to the SETT Framework”
    Presenter says: The SETT framework was developed by Joy Zabala as a way for school based teams to focus their technology solutions for students with disabilities. The SETT is not an evaluation process but instead is a way to ensure that all the factors that lead to technology success are identified before a tool is put in place for a student.
    For our purposes, since we will be speaking about adults – we will change the “S” from “student” to “skills”.
  • too many apps!
    more is not better - focus on apps that make sense for you and your students
    what tasks need to be accomplished - what features do you need the app to have
  • a smackdown happens fast! we will share many resources throughout the hour.
    [describe rules of a smackdown]
    each of the apps we show will be added to the google doc we share with you at the end of the hour.
  • At the end – I will leave some time for you to share!
  • Monmouth arc appsmack101813

    1. 1. App Smackdown October 18, 2013
    2. 2. Who are we???? Advancing Opportunities • 20 + Years • Mobile assistive • • • technology services Serves individuals with all disabilities Diversity of staff Technology Lending Center
    3. 3. Don’t write everything down…. http://appattack.wiki.assistivetechnologycenter.org
    4. 4. One size fits all • Perfect for individuals • • • • with autism Works in all environments Does everything you need it to do The only tool the students will need There is an APP for that.
    5. 5. The SETT Framework S = Skills E = Environment T = Tasks T = Tools Adapted from Joy Zabala, www.joyzabala.com
    6. 6. APPS! APPS! APPS! APPS! APPS! APPS!
    7. 7. Let’s Look @ some APPS!

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