Category Archives: Universal Design for Learning

This Holiday Season Be Nice, Not Naughty: Use the Most Readable Low Vision Font

As scooped with Scoopit from: IPAT Blog ” This Holiday Season be Nice not Naughty, use the Most Readable Low Vision Font” It is holiday greeting card time! Tis the season to remember friends and family, whether across the street … Continue reading

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News-2-You App

Do you subscribe to News-2-You in your special education classroom? Have an iPad? Now you can access the weekly News 2 You Newspaper on your iPad.  AssistiveWare and N2Y new free News 2 You app allows you to access your online subscription … Continue reading

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6 Ways to Enhance Students Learning Using iMovie ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Educational Technology and Learning post, 6 Ways to Enhance Student Learning using iMovie provides ideas for using  this app for student learning. As scooped on – OT mTool Kit Carol Leynse Harpold‘s insight: iMovie is an intuitive app for movie creating and … Continue reading

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