Category Archives: High School

Skill Game – Gone Free Today

I don’t often recommend Game Center apps, but the Skill Game is a favorite of mine for the visual motor, spatial reasoning and motor planning required. Compatible with iPhone/iPad (iOS 5 or later), this is best suited to upper elementary level students … Continue reading

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Attainments’s Access Language App – Gone Free (today only)

Interested in a literacy app for students who benefit from modified text and supports? Attainments Access Language App (for iPad only, regularly 39.99) provides access to frequently read books in a modified format. iTunes description of the Attainment app states: … Continue reading

Posted in Apps for Special Needs, Cognitive Impairment, Emergent Literacy, High School, iPad, Middle School, Reading, School Based Interventions, Special education, Word Work | Leave a comment

KanPlan App

Familiar with KanPlan app? Are you in need of a text based visual support for students or clients needing structured task lists without images and benefit from an interactive format? KanPlan app might just be the app to use. I first learned about KanPlan app last spring. … Continue reading

Posted in Adults with LD, Android, App Reviews, Apps for OT's, Apps for Special Needs, Customizable app, High School, iADL's, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Life Skills, Middle School, Mobile Device Use, Occupational Therapy, Organization, School Based Interventions, Special education, Special Needs | Leave a comment

AppoLearning App – Gone Free

Apps and services that provide app reviews are a great source when scouring for the right app. There are several that are my favorite go to apps for reviews – KinderTown app and Autism App providing a rating and overview … Continue reading

Posted in Android, App Reviews, Apps for OT's, Apps for Special Needs, Assessment, Autism, Early Childhood, Education, Elementary School, Emergent Literacy, Fine Motor Development, Free apps, High School, iPad, Language Arts, Learning Disability, Life Skills, Math, Middle School, Occupational Therapy, Productivity apps, Special education, Vision, Writing | Leave a comment

iAnnotate PDF App – On Sale

iAnnotate PDF App, developed by Branchfire, Inc. is currently on sale for 1.99 (not sure how long!),  regularly 9.99. A PDF management app, iAnnotate’s features are numerous and well suited to students in upper elementary through secondary school: Annotate with text … Continue reading

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Co:Writer App Available

Familiar with Co:Writer software, the word prediction software from Don Johnston, Inc.? It’s gone mobile – the Co:Writer app is now available for iPhone/iPad (17.99). Although I have not had a chance to work with it yet, here are some … Continue reading

Posted in App Reviews, Apps for OT's, AT for Handwriting, Customizable app, Elementary School, High School, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Language Arts, Learning Disability, Middle School, Occupational Therapy, School Based Interventions, Spell Checking, Text to Speech, Word Prediction, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Readdle’s Birthday Gift – Scanner Pro App Price Reduction !

Scanner Pro App is my favorite scanning app to create PDF’s that can be opened in an annotation app such as PDF Expert (another Readdle app on sale!). We use this scanning app at our school (as well as for professional … Continue reading

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