Reading Window: out of cardboard that allows the child to only read one line at a time. You can also use tinted cellophane paper to help cut down the drastic differences between the black and white print.
Provided in this resource are six Chrome apps and extensions that can effectively aid students' learning. These examples of assistive technology can foster students' comprehension and make learning more engaging and real-life applicable.
This newsletter provides gives an overview of WHAT Assistive Technology is, as well as examples for low, mid, and high tech AT. IT also has free printables and ideas for implementation in the classroom!
If your child has reading issues, there's a range of assistive technology software that may help. Most of these computer programs offer several tools for reading aloud, such as text-to-speech (TTS) and optical character recognition (OCR).
these key boards make integrating technology in the classroom easier for students to learn and visualize certain keys. Also different keyboard arrangements can help students learn to type more efficiently and better understand computer usage.
Here are five different tips for Low Tech Assistive Technology. Click through to see how you can use fidgets, quiet kits, bumpy seats, visual timers and adaptive scissors in the classroom to help stu (Future Tech Student)