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Designed and published by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, the national survey Learning at Home: Families’ Educational Media Use in America investigates the ways in which families with children under the age of 13 are learning with media, discusses key issues such as early reading as households begin to...

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The second in Common Sense's series on children’s media use, Zero to Eight Children’s Media Use in America 2013 is based on the results of a large-scale, nationally representative survey. Using the same methodos used in the first survey (2011), the survey documents how children’s media environments and behaviors...

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Offering Summer and Winter outdoor programs, the Adaptive Sports Association (ASA) helps individuals with physical and cognitive impaiments overcome challenges through participation in sports and recreation. Participants have the opportunity to increase socialization skills and improve physical fitness. All ASA instructors are nationally certified; scholarships and financial assistance are...

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Intended as an update to the Joseph & Seery (2004) review on reading interventions, this Phonics Based Reading Interventions for Students with Intellectual Disability: A Systematic Literature Review indicates that students with ID continue to respond to phonics based reading interventions and register an increase in published studies involving...

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Part of the webinar Supporting Students with Dyslexia: Standards, Accommodations, and Strategies, this matrix offers educators and service providers an extensive list of Apps and Extensions aligning students’ needs and accommodations with features, price, and platform availability.

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Designed by Teachers for Teachers, TeachersWithApps reviews educational Apps used by teachers. parents and therapists. The website was founded in 2010 by Jayne Clare, Special Education teacher and Anne Rachel, Early Childhood educator.

Link: http://www.teacherswithapps.com/

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BeSpoke Voices - VocaliD’s breakthrough speech technology is the focus of this webinar presented by Dr. Rupal Patel- Speech Scientist and Technologist. BeSpoke Voices leverages years of research to create custom crafted voices by blending only 2-3 seconds of the recipient’s voice (the Vocal DNA) with recordings of...

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In this video, an assistive technology specialist from PACER Center answers a question about helping teens read the more complex text you might find in high school and college and offers assistive technology as a solution. Three strategies are offered to help get teens ready for the rigor of college-level...

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In this video, an assistive technology specialist from PACER Center answers a question about helping teens be more independent with their work and offers assistive technology as a solution. Three strategies are offered to help get you started with helping your child be independent in high school and beyond....

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Presented by Deborah A. Dixon, director of School Services at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Associatrion (ASHA), this webinar discusses how overuse and misuse of technology negatively impacts communication and hearing. The webinar is part of ASHA outreach activities focused on technology and communication for "May is Better Hearing & Speech Month"....

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