Tag Archives: apps

Android Apps to support learners with Dyslexia and writing diffficulties.

CALL Scotland have just released another excellent app wheel. This time the wheel lists apps for Android devices, something that I am asked about from time to time. For details follow the link Android apps for Dyslexia Advertisements

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CALL Scotland’s iPad Apps for Creativity poster

CALL Scotland have just published another excellent free, downloadable poster, listing iPad apps to encourage creativity. Click on the link below to find out more. iPad apps to support creativity

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Clicker Webinar

Crick Software are running a couple of Webinar sessions on Clicker Communicator – Oct 21st and Dec 9th. You can find out more about them and register by clicking here

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Amazon Free App of the Day

Attention Android users!  I know that the majority of my app-related posts focus on iPad apps, but I also know that some of you are using Android tablets in school.  Also, many of you are asked by parents for supportive … Continue reading

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Proloquo2Go inappropriate language warning

Proloquo2Go is a fantastic, flexible app for iPad that is being widely used by children and young people in Edinburgh with communication impairments. My purpose with this post, however, is not to profile the app or tell you how wonderful … Continue reading

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iOS App Profile: Futaba

Futaba is a flexible, fun app that can be used by individuals or groups of up to 4 per device.  Currently, it is available as a free version and a “classroom” edition, priced at £4.99. Futaba basically makes flashcard learning … Continue reading

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iOS App Profile – abc PocketPhonics

I am often asked which apps are good for phonics practice.  There are many, many apps out there which focus on this very thing, so the choice can seem overwhelming.  On balance, this is my favourite all rounder, for the … Continue reading

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