Sarah DeBellis provides an extensive review of WriteReader app. Her blogs always provide indepth information about the app from a teacher and special needs perspective. She provides a keen eye on strengths and weaknesses of apps for all learners and users.
Check out her recent review on WriteReader. Will you include this as a writing tool for your teacher, parent or OT mTool Kit?
There are more than 750 000 apps in the iTunes AppStore, with many doing similar things, so it is very exciting to find an app that does something really different. WriteReader is one of those apps. The app is based on research that strongly links success in learning to read with learning to write. The app is aimed at children aged from 3 to 10 years, although I believe it would be suitable for older children who have special needs. I’d like to thank Sarah Muzzammil, a member of the WriteReader marketing team, for giving me the opportunity to look at this app.
Apart from the title page for each book you create, each page consists of a picture that you add from your camera roll, and two text entry points: one for children and one for adults. You can add an audio recording to each page…
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