Session Code: ET-10        Do Students With Learning    Differences Really Need an iPad?                                  ...
I’d Like to Learn About You
A little about meRick Weinberg• Work• Education• Publications
Screenshot Collage of Publications
Well, it depends1) goals of and for the student2) students needs3) what are the persons gifts4) what’s affordable
Why am I doing this?• Lack of plan• Personal Reasons• Some Observations   •   Making a mobile device not mobile   •   The ...
Here is what I mean                     QuickTime™ and a                  libx264 decompressor             are needed to s...
The Majority of What I do• Is help with reading and writing
Dyslexia Research• A decade ago, Shaywitz, author of Overcoming  Dyslexia, demonstrated in her research that fully  one in...
Does your student need help writing?1) Does the child need physical helpwith the act of writing2) Does the child need help...
If the Student Needs Head Tracking                           QuickTime™ and a                      AVC Coding decompressor...
Dragon Naturally SpeakingPC Version or an iDevice Version
Speech to Text                         QuickTime™ and a                           decompressor                 are needed ...
Speech to Text on a Mac
Google Search for Spelling
Graphic Organizers
Bubbl.us
Popplet
We want everyone to participate
One of the Best Resources is:• Bookshare.org
Bookshare.org Can be used Both• On the Computer or on a Mobile Device
Bookshare is free for
Did you know that
Just about every Library has• a way to sign out books online.                                    25
NYPL.org           26
The Three Things I use at NYPL                                 27
One way to do that                     28
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Librivox           31
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Text to Speech                 36
Text to Speech on a Mac                          37
Accessibility Settings on an iPad                           QuickTime™ and a                             decompressor     ...
What if you have an older iPad• and/or the operating is not updated• or cannot be updated                                 ...
iTunes University                    40
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Resources• Qiat.org             43
Resources Continued                      44
Twitter #ATchat                  45
My Information                 Rick Weinberg       rick_weinberg@caboces.org          Twitter @rickweinberg               ...
Thank you for attending this session   • CEUs – Session Code: XXX-YY        • More info at: www.atia.org/CEU        • For ...
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  1. 1. Session Code: ET-10 Do Students With Learning Differences Really Need an iPad? Rick Weinberg Rick_weinberg@caboces.org Twitter: @rickweinberg February 1st, 2013Handouts are available at: www.atia.org/orlandohandouts 1 1
  2. 2. I’d Like to Learn About You
  3. 3. A little about meRick Weinberg• Work• Education• Publications
  4. 4. Screenshot Collage of Publications
  5. 5. Well, it depends1) goals of and for the student2) students needs3) what are the persons gifts4) what’s affordable
  6. 6. Why am I doing this?• Lack of plan• Personal Reasons• Some Observations • Making a mobile device not mobile • The wow factor • Instruction vs. Compensation (Brian Wojcik and Dave Hohulin) • Bloom’s Taxonomy
  7. 7. Here is what I mean QuickTime™ and a libx264 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  8. 8. The Majority of What I do• Is help with reading and writing
  9. 9. Dyslexia Research• A decade ago, Shaywitz, author of Overcoming Dyslexia, demonstrated in her research that fully one in five students has the condition, with males and females sharing it in roughly equal numbers. Dyslexia makes it difficult for a person to retrieve or correctly order the basic sounds, or "phonemes," of spoken language (like the "k," "aah," and "t" sounds that make the word cat, for example).
  10. 10. Does your student need help writing?1) Does the child need physical helpwith the act of writing2) Does the child need help with ideaacquisition?3) Does the Child need help with“getting ideas down on paper?”
  11. 11. If the Student Needs Head Tracking QuickTime™ and a AVC Coding decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  12. 12. Dragon Naturally SpeakingPC Version or an iDevice Version
  13. 13. Speech to Text QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  14. 14. Speech to Text on a Mac
  15. 15. Google Search for Spelling
  16. 16. Graphic Organizers
  17. 17. Bubbl.us
  18. 18. Popplet
  19. 19. We want everyone to participate
  20. 20. One of the Best Resources is:• Bookshare.org
  21. 21. Bookshare.org Can be used Both• On the Computer or on a Mobile Device
  22. 22. Bookshare is free for
  23. 23. Did you know that
  24. 24. Just about every Library has• a way to sign out books online. 25
  25. 25. NYPL.org 26
  26. 26. The Three Things I use at NYPL 27
  27. 27. One way to do that 28
  28. 28. 29
  29. 29. 30
  30. 30. Librivox 31
  31. 31. 32
  32. 32. 33
  33. 33. 34
  34. 34. 35
  35. 35. Text to Speech 36
  36. 36. Text to Speech on a Mac 37
  37. 37. Accessibility Settings on an iPad QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. 38
  38. 38. What if you have an older iPad• and/or the operating is not updated• or cannot be updated 39
  39. 39. iTunes University 40
  40. 40. 41
  41. 41. 42
  42. 42. Resources• Qiat.org 43
  43. 43. Resources Continued 44
  44. 44. Twitter #ATchat 45
  45. 45. My Information Rick Weinberg rick_weinberg@caboces.org Twitter @rickweinberg 46
  46. 46. Thank you for attending this session • CEUs – Session Code: XXX-YY • More info at: www.atia.org/CEU • For ACVREP, AOTA and ASHA CEUs, hand in completed Attendance Forms to REGISTRATION DESK at the end of the conference. Please note there is a $15 fee for AOTA CEUs. • For general CEUs, apply online with The AAC Institute: www.aacinstitute.org • Session Evaluation • Please help us improve the quality of our conference by completing your session evaluation form. • Completed evaluation forms should be submitted as you exit or to staff at the registration desk. • Handouts • Handouts are available at: www.atia.org/orlandohandoutsHandouts are available at: www.atia.org/orlandohandouts 3 months after the conference ends. • Handout link remains live for 47 10

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