Reaching All Learners• With IOS Accessibility Tools         LESLIE SCHECHT
Empoweringstudents of ALL abilities.
Mobile.
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources ...that fit in your pocket.
Even the iPad.   iPadPocketTees.com
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Tools & Resources
Instant.
Instant on. Instant off.
Instant on. Instant off.
Instant on. Instant off.
Adds time.
Adds time. 2 minutes a period
Adds time. 2 minutes a period  7 periods a day
Adds time. 2 minutes a period  7 periods a day
Adds time. 2 minutes a period  7 periods a day 14 minutes a day
Adds time. 2 minutes a period  7 periods a day 14 minutes a day 180 days in a year
Adds time. 2 minutes a period  7 periods a day 14 minutes a day 180 days in a year
Adds time. 2 minutes a period  7 periods a day 14 minutes a day 180 days in a year2,520 minutes a year
Adds time. 2 minutes a period  7 periods a day 14 minutes a day 180 days in a year2,520 minutes a year 42 hours in a year
Adds time. 2 minutes a period  7 periods a day 14 minutes a day 180 days in a year2,520 minutes a year 42 hours in a year
Adds time.      2 minutes a period        7 periods a day       14 minutes a day       180 days in a year      2,520 minut...
Universal Access
Accessibility Features
Accessibility Features  VoiceOver Screen Reader
Accessibility Features                    VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification
Accessibility Features                    VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification              White on Black Display
Accessibility Features                    VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification              White on Black Display    ...
Accessibility Features                    VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification              White on Black Display    ...
Accessibility Features                    VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification               White on Black Display   ...
Accessibility Features                    VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification               White on Black Display   ...
Accessibility Features                       VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification                   White on Black Dis...
Accessibility Features                       VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification                   White on Black Dis...
Accessibility Features                       VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification                   White on Black Dis...
Mac OS X Accessibility Features
Mac OS X Accessibility Features             Vision
Mac OS X Accessibility Features             Vision            Hearing
Mac OS X Accessibility Features               Vision              Hearing       Physical & Motor Skills
Mac OS X Accessibility Features               Vision              Hearing       Physical & Motor Skills        Learning & ...
Vision
Vision1. Zoom, Cursor & Dock  Magnification
Vision1. Zoom, Cursor & Dock  Magnification2. VoiceOver with Alex
Vision1. Zoom, Cursor & Dock  Magnification2. VoiceOver with Alex3. High Contrast &  Grayscale
Vision1. Zoom, Cursor & Dock  Magnification2. VoiceOver with Alex3. High Contrast &  Grayscale4. Safari Reader
Vision1. Zoom, Cursor & Dock  Magnification2. VoiceOver with Alex3. High Contrast &  Grayscale4. Safari Reader5. Finder Views
In addition to the many accessibility features of VoiceOver, Mac OS X Lion also includes our next-                        ...
In addition to the many accessibility features of VoiceOver, Mac OS X Lion also includes our next-                        ...
HEARING
HEARING1. Closed Captioning  Support
HEARING1. Closed Captioning  Support2. Screen Flash
HEARING1. Closed Captioning  Support2. Screen Flash3. Mono Audio
HEARING1. Closed Captioning  Support2. Screen Flash3. Mono Audio4. Photo Booth Recording
HEARING1. Closed Captioning  Support2. Screen Flash3. Mono Audio4. Photo Booth Recording5. FaceTime
Physical &Motor Skills
Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys
Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys2. Multi-touch Gestures
Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys2. Multi-touch Gestures3. Adjustable Mouse &  Trackpad Sensitivity
Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys2. Multi-touch Gestures3. Adjustable Mouse &  Trackpad Sensitivity4. Onsc...
Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys2. Multi-touch Gestures3. Adjustable Mouse &  Trackpad Sensitivity4. Onsc...
Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys2. Multi-touch Gestures3. Adjustable Mouse &  Trackpad Sensitivity4. Onsc...
Literacy & Learning
Literacy &    Learning1. Dictionary, Thesaurus, & Word  Completion
Literacy &    Learning1. Dictionary, Thesaurus, & Word  Completion2. Spaces
Literacy &    Learning1. Dictionary, Thesaurus, & Word  Completion2. Spaces3. iCal (Color-Coded and Alerts)
Literacy &    Learning1. Dictionary, Thesaurus, & Word  Completion2. Spaces3. iCal (Color-Coded and Alerts)4. Auto-Summarize
Literacy &    Learning1. Dictionary, Thesaurus, & Word  Completion2. Spaces3. iCal (Color-Coded and Alerts)4. Auto-Summari...
Built in accessibility.
“There’s an app for that!”™
“There’s an app for that!”™        Accessing Information   Access to Learning Opportunities         Organizational Tools  ...
Apps
“There’s an app for that!”™
“There’s an app for that!”™
Built-in apps
Built-in apps
Built-in apps
Built-in apps
Built-in apps
Autism
Autism
Autism
Autism
Autism
Autism
communication
communication
communication
communication
communication
Cause and Effect
Cause and Effect
Cause and Effect
Cause and Effect
Cause and Effect
Writing
Writing
Writing
Writing
Writing
Reaching All Learners• With IOS Accessibility Tools           LESLIE SCHECHT
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
Accessibility Reaching all Learners
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  • model with your own devices\n\n
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  • when we think of mobile technologies, what do you think of....\n
  • all these tools and resources can be carried around in your pocket... even the iPad!\n
  • ….although he doesn’t look too happy about it ;)\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • all these tools & resources are available with the touch of a finger, or possibly even the sound of your voice\n
  • think about what your school WON’T have to buy by purchasing these devices...\n
  • what happens in an instant...\n
  • Instant on. Instant off. No wasted time.\n
  • Instant on. Instant off. No wasted time.\n
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  • go to next slide, show video, THEN demo! show meet alex demo.\n
  • go to next slide, show video, THEN demo! show meet alex demo.\n
  • go to next slide, show video, THEN demo! show meet alex demo.\n
  • go to next slide, show video, THEN demo! show meet alex demo.\n
  • go to next slide, show video, THEN demo! show meet alex demo.\n
  • go to next slide, show video, THEN demo! show meet alex demo.\n
  • go to next slide, show video, THEN demo! show meet alex demo.\n
  • go to next slide, show video, THEN demo! show meet alex demo.\n
  • go to next slide, show video, THEN demo! show meet alex demo.\n
  • go to next slide, show video, THEN demo! show meet alex demo.\n
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  • talk about icons in view >show view options>increase icon size right from your desktop...\n
  • talk about icons in view >show view options>increase icon size right from your desktop...\n
  • talk about icons in view >show view options>increase icon size right from your desktop...\n
  • talk about icons in view >show view options>increase icon size right from your desktop...\n
  • talk about icons in view >show view options>increase icon size right from your desktop...\n
  • talk about icons in view >show view options>increase icon size right from your desktop...\n
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  • Slow Keys\nSlow Keys changes the sensitivity of the keyboard to filter out unintended multiple keystrokes. It adds a delay between when a key is pressed and when it is entered, so you have more time to press it and more time to remove your finger to avoid mistakes. The delay is adjustable, and you can choose to have a sound play to let you know when a key is entered.\nSticky Keys\nUsing Sticky Keys, you can enter key combinations (called chords) — such as Command-Q (for Quit) and Command-Control-Option-8 (to reverse the display to white on black) — by pressing them in sequence instead of simultaneously.\nAdjustable Mouse and Trackpad Sensitivity\nUsing System Preferences, you can adjust the sensitivity of the mouse and trackpad, including tracking speed, double-click speed, and scrolling speed.\n
  • Slow Keys\nSlow Keys changes the sensitivity of the keyboard to filter out unintended multiple keystrokes. It adds a delay between when a key is pressed and when it is entered, so you have more time to press it and more time to remove your finger to avoid mistakes. The delay is adjustable, and you can choose to have a sound play to let you know when a key is entered.\nSticky Keys\nUsing Sticky Keys, you can enter key combinations (called chords) — such as Command-Q (for Quit) and Command-Control-Option-8 (to reverse the display to white on black) — by pressing them in sequence instead of simultaneously.\nAdjustable Mouse and Trackpad Sensitivity\nUsing System Preferences, you can adjust the sensitivity of the mouse and trackpad, including tracking speed, double-click speed, and scrolling speed.\n
  • Slow Keys\nSlow Keys changes the sensitivity of the keyboard to filter out unintended multiple keystrokes. It adds a delay between when a key is pressed and when it is entered, so you have more time to press it and more time to remove your finger to avoid mistakes. The delay is adjustable, and you can choose to have a sound play to let you know when a key is entered.\nSticky Keys\nUsing Sticky Keys, you can enter key combinations (called chords) — such as Command-Q (for Quit) and Command-Control-Option-8 (to reverse the display to white on black) — by pressing them in sequence instead of simultaneously.\nAdjustable Mouse and Trackpad Sensitivity\nUsing System Preferences, you can adjust the sensitivity of the mouse and trackpad, including tracking speed, double-click speed, and scrolling speed.\n
  • Slow Keys\nSlow Keys changes the sensitivity of the keyboard to filter out unintended multiple keystrokes. It adds a delay between when a key is pressed and when it is entered, so you have more time to press it and more time to remove your finger to avoid mistakes. The delay is adjustable, and you can choose to have a sound play to let you know when a key is entered.\nSticky Keys\nUsing Sticky Keys, you can enter key combinations (called chords) — such as Command-Q (for Quit) and Command-Control-Option-8 (to reverse the display to white on black) — by pressing them in sequence instead of simultaneously.\nAdjustable Mouse and Trackpad Sensitivity\nUsing System Preferences, you can adjust the sensitivity of the mouse and trackpad, including tracking speed, double-click speed, and scrolling speed.\n
  • Slow Keys\nSlow Keys changes the sensitivity of the keyboard to filter out unintended multiple keystrokes. It adds a delay between when a key is pressed and when it is entered, so you have more time to press it and more time to remove your finger to avoid mistakes. The delay is adjustable, and you can choose to have a sound play to let you know when a key is entered.\nSticky Keys\nUsing Sticky Keys, you can enter key combinations (called chords) — such as Command-Q (for Quit) and Command-Control-Option-8 (to reverse the display to white on black) — by pressing them in sequence instead of simultaneously.\nAdjustable Mouse and Trackpad Sensitivity\nUsing System Preferences, you can adjust the sensitivity of the mouse and trackpad, including tracking speed, double-click speed, and scrolling speed.\n
  • Slow Keys\nSlow Keys changes the sensitivity of the keyboard to filter out unintended multiple keystrokes. It adds a delay between when a key is pressed and when it is entered, so you have more time to press it and more time to remove your finger to avoid mistakes. The delay is adjustable, and you can choose to have a sound play to let you know when a key is entered.\nSticky Keys\nUsing Sticky Keys, you can enter key combinations (called chords) — such as Command-Q (for Quit) and Command-Control-Option-8 (to reverse the display to white on black) — by pressing them in sequence instead of simultaneously.\nAdjustable Mouse and Trackpad Sensitivity\nUsing System Preferences, you can adjust the sensitivity of the mouse and trackpad, including tracking speed, double-click speed, and scrolling speed.\n
  • Slow Keys\nSlow Keys changes the sensitivity of the keyboard to filter out unintended multiple keystrokes. It adds a delay between when a key is pressed and when it is entered, so you have more time to press it and more time to remove your finger to avoid mistakes. The delay is adjustable, and you can choose to have a sound play to let you know when a key is entered.\nSticky Keys\nUsing Sticky Keys, you can enter key combinations (called chords) — such as Command-Q (for Quit) and Command-Control-Option-8 (to reverse the display to white on black) — by pressing them in sequence instead of simultaneously.\nAdjustable Mouse and Trackpad Sensitivity\nUsing System Preferences, you can adjust the sensitivity of the mouse and trackpad, including tracking speed, double-click speed, and scrolling speed.\n
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  • show the actual built-in access features\nboth for snow leopard, Lion and iPad\n
  • these are just some of the categories of apps available on iTunes\n
  • these are just some of the categories of apps available on iTunes\n
  • these are just some of the categories of apps available on iTunes\n
  • these are just some of the categories of apps available on iTunes\n
  • these are just some of the categories of apps available on iTunes\n
  • these are just some of the categories of apps available on iTunes\n
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  • Accessibility Reaching all Learners

    1. 1. Reaching All Learners• With IOS Accessibility Tools LESLIE SCHECHT
    2. 2. Empoweringstudents of ALL abilities.
    3. 3. Mobile.
    4. 4. Tools & Resources
    5. 5. Tools & Resources ...that fit in your pocket.
    6. 6. Even the iPad. iPadPocketTees.com
    7. 7. Tools & Resources
    8. 8. Tools & Resources
    9. 9. Tools & Resources
    10. 10. Tools & Resources
    11. 11. Tools & Resources
    12. 12. Tools & Resources
    13. 13. Tools & Resources
    14. 14. Tools & Resources
    15. 15. Tools & Resources
    16. 16. Tools & Resources
    17. 17. Tools & Resources
    18. 18. Tools & Resources
    19. 19. Tools & Resources
    20. 20. Tools & Resources
    21. 21. Tools & Resources
    22. 22. Tools & Resources
    23. 23. Tools & Resources
    24. 24. Tools & Resources
    25. 25. Tools & Resources
    26. 26. Tools & Resources
    27. 27. Tools & Resources
    28. 28. Tools & Resources
    29. 29. Tools & Resources
    30. 30. Tools & Resources
    31. 31. Tools & Resources
    32. 32. Tools & Resources
    33. 33. Tools & Resources
    34. 34. Tools & Resources
    35. 35. Instant.
    36. 36. Instant on. Instant off.
    37. 37. Instant on. Instant off.
    38. 38. Instant on. Instant off.
    39. 39. Adds time.
    40. 40. Adds time. 2 minutes a period
    41. 41. Adds time. 2 minutes a period 7 periods a day
    42. 42. Adds time. 2 minutes a period 7 periods a day
    43. 43. Adds time. 2 minutes a period 7 periods a day 14 minutes a day
    44. 44. Adds time. 2 minutes a period 7 periods a day 14 minutes a day 180 days in a year
    45. 45. Adds time. 2 minutes a period 7 periods a day 14 minutes a day 180 days in a year
    46. 46. Adds time. 2 minutes a period 7 periods a day 14 minutes a day 180 days in a year2,520 minutes a year
    47. 47. Adds time. 2 minutes a period 7 periods a day 14 minutes a day 180 days in a year2,520 minutes a year 42 hours in a year
    48. 48. Adds time. 2 minutes a period 7 periods a day 14 minutes a day 180 days in a year2,520 minutes a year 42 hours in a year
    49. 49. Adds time. 2 minutes a period 7 periods a day 14 minutes a day 180 days in a year 2,520 minutes a year 42 hours in a year 6 school daysof extra instructional time
    50. 50. Universal Access
    51. 51. Accessibility Features
    52. 52. Accessibility Features VoiceOver Screen Reader
    53. 53. Accessibility Features VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification
    54. 54. Accessibility Features VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification White on Black Display
    55. 55. Accessibility Features VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification White on Black Display Mono Audio
    56. 56. Accessibility Features VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification White on Black Display Mono Audio Large Fonts
    57. 57. Accessibility Features VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification White on Black Display Mono Audio Large FontsClosed-Captioned Support
    58. 58. Accessibility Features VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification White on Black Display Mono Audio Large FontsClosed-Captioned Support Audio & Visual Support for Instruction
    59. 59. Accessibility Features VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification White on Black Display Mono Audio Large FontsClosed-Captioned Support Audio & Visual Support for InstructionExternal Add-Ons(Stands, Switches, Bluetooth Keyboards, Earpieces, Styluses, Projectors)
    60. 60. Accessibility Features VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification White on Black Display Mono Audio Large FontsClosed-Captioned Support Audio & Visual Support for InstructionExternal Add-Ons(Stands, Switches, Bluetooth Keyboards, Earpieces, Styluses, Projectors) SpEd Apps
    61. 61. Accessibility Features VoiceOver Screen ReaderZoom Magnification White on Black Display Mono Audio Large FontsClosed-Captioned Support Audio & Visual Support for InstructionExternal Add-Ons(Stands, Switches, Bluetooth Keyboards, Earpieces, Styluses, Projectors) SpEd Apps (Proloquo2Go, Sign4Me, Dragon Dictation & so many more...)
    62. 62. Mac OS X Accessibility Features
    63. 63. Mac OS X Accessibility Features Vision
    64. 64. Mac OS X Accessibility Features Vision Hearing
    65. 65. Mac OS X Accessibility Features Vision Hearing Physical & Motor Skills
    66. 66. Mac OS X Accessibility Features Vision Hearing Physical & Motor Skills Learning & Literacy
    67. 67. Vision
    68. 68. Vision1. Zoom, Cursor & Dock Magnification
    69. 69. Vision1. Zoom, Cursor & Dock Magnification2. VoiceOver with Alex
    70. 70. Vision1. Zoom, Cursor & Dock Magnification2. VoiceOver with Alex3. High Contrast & Grayscale
    71. 71. Vision1. Zoom, Cursor & Dock Magnification2. VoiceOver with Alex3. High Contrast & Grayscale4. Safari Reader
    72. 72. Vision1. Zoom, Cursor & Dock Magnification2. VoiceOver with Alex3. High Contrast & Grayscale4. Safari Reader5. Finder Views
    73. 73. In addition to the many accessibility features of VoiceOver, Mac OS X Lion also includes our next- generation synthesized voice named "Alex."Alex is based on an advanced new technology, developed by Apple, and has been optimized for the veryfast speaking rates common to screen readers. It works in any application that uses Apples speechsynthesis, including Voiceover. Alex also understands abbreviations, long numbers, and heteronyms.These are words that are spelled the same but have different pronunciation and meaning. Here are someexamples of challenging sentences that Alex knows how to read correctly.My name is Dr. Smith and I live on Smith Dr.Close the car door, we are too close to the bridge.Wind in the kite, the wind is too strong.King Louis IV needs an IV in his arm, stat!Good farms produce a lot of produce.When I fill up my car, it costs $487,642,586,378,941,127,253.28.As you can see, although Apples text to speech technology took years to perfect, eventually it wasperfect.
    74. 74. In addition to the many accessibility features of VoiceOver, Mac OS X Lion also includes our next- generation synthesized voice named "Alex."Alex is based on an advanced new technology, developed by Apple, and has been optimized for the veryfast speaking rates common to screen readers. It works in any application that uses Apples speechsynthesis, including Voiceover. Alex also understands abbreviations, long numbers, and heteronyms.These are words that are spelled the same but have different pronunciation and meaning. Here are someexamples of challenging sentences that Alex knows how to read correctly.My name is Dr. Smith and I live on Smith Dr.Close the car door, we are too close to the bridge.Wind in the kite, the wind is too strong.King Louis IV needs an IV in his arm, stat!Good farms produce a lot of produce.When I fill up my car, it costs $487,642,586,378,941,127,253.28.As you can see, although Apples text to speech technology took years to perfect, eventually it wasperfect.
    75. 75. HEARING
    76. 76. HEARING1. Closed Captioning Support
    77. 77. HEARING1. Closed Captioning Support2. Screen Flash
    78. 78. HEARING1. Closed Captioning Support2. Screen Flash3. Mono Audio
    79. 79. HEARING1. Closed Captioning Support2. Screen Flash3. Mono Audio4. Photo Booth Recording
    80. 80. HEARING1. Closed Captioning Support2. Screen Flash3. Mono Audio4. Photo Booth Recording5. FaceTime
    81. 81. Physical &Motor Skills
    82. 82. Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys
    83. 83. Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys2. Multi-touch Gestures
    84. 84. Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys2. Multi-touch Gestures3. Adjustable Mouse & Trackpad Sensitivity
    85. 85. Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys2. Multi-touch Gestures3. Adjustable Mouse & Trackpad Sensitivity4. Onscreen Keyboard
    86. 86. Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys2. Multi-touch Gestures3. Adjustable Mouse & Trackpad Sensitivity4. Onscreen Keyboard5. Speech Recognition
    87. 87. Physical & Motor Skills1. Slow Keys & Sticky Keys2. Multi-touch Gestures3. Adjustable Mouse & Trackpad Sensitivity4. Onscreen Keyboard5. Speech Recognition
    88. 88. Literacy & Learning
    89. 89. Literacy & Learning1. Dictionary, Thesaurus, & Word Completion
    90. 90. Literacy & Learning1. Dictionary, Thesaurus, & Word Completion2. Spaces
    91. 91. Literacy & Learning1. Dictionary, Thesaurus, & Word Completion2. Spaces3. iCal (Color-Coded and Alerts)
    92. 92. Literacy & Learning1. Dictionary, Thesaurus, & Word Completion2. Spaces3. iCal (Color-Coded and Alerts)4. Auto-Summarize
    93. 93. Literacy & Learning1. Dictionary, Thesaurus, & Word Completion2. Spaces3. iCal (Color-Coded and Alerts)4. Auto-Summarize5. Spotlight
    94. 94. Built in accessibility.
    95. 95. “There’s an app for that!”™
    96. 96. “There’s an app for that!”™ Accessing Information Access to Learning Opportunities Organizational Tools Communication Options Behavioral & Emotional Support Alternative Access
    97. 97. Apps
    98. 98. “There’s an app for that!”™
    99. 99. “There’s an app for that!”™
    100. 100. Built-in apps
    101. 101. Built-in apps
    102. 102. Built-in apps
    103. 103. Built-in apps
    104. 104. Built-in apps
    105. 105. Autism
    106. 106. Autism
    107. 107. Autism
    108. 108. Autism
    109. 109. Autism
    110. 110. Autism
    111. 111. communication
    112. 112. communication
    113. 113. communication
    114. 114. communication
    115. 115. communication
    116. 116. Cause and Effect
    117. 117. Cause and Effect
    118. 118. Cause and Effect
    119. 119. Cause and Effect
    120. 120. Cause and Effect
    121. 121. Writing
    122. 122. Writing
    123. 123. Writing
    124. 124. Writing
    125. 125. Writing
    126. 126. Reaching All Learners• With IOS Accessibility Tools LESLIE SCHECHT

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