Schools with limited resources or limited access to speech-language pathologists are turning to virtual options to meet their students' needs.
- By Bridget McCrea
As part of a NASA STEM initiative, gifted students at the Governor's School for Science and Technology in Virginia will have a chance to work directly with researchers at the space agency's Langley Research Center.
PresenceLearning has launched a new dashboard aimed at providing special needs program administrators with data for monitoring the progress of students participating in online speech therapy programs.
Empowering independence in SPED learners: There’s an app for that!
- By Randall Palmer
Special education teachers can now connect and share custom resources with classroom aids, therapists, and parents through private online communities.
As schools shift to mobile device usage and new forms of technology-inspired instruction, such as flipping the classroom, special ed is adopting mainstream approaches for its assistive technologies.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Seeking to empower her students with greater communication skills, one special ed teacher is "hacking the classroom" with a range of traditional and unique apps and tech-rich activities, from iPads to gaming consoles.
Educational publisher Ballard & Tighe has unveiled a Web-based adventure-themed vocabulary game to help students in grades 2 through 5 prepare for state exams. Word Raider: Escape, available now, collects more than 1,100 pieces of assessment information from each game played.
A Colorado school district facing a speech-language pathologist shortage has partnered with a live online speech therapy provider to ramp up services to more than 120 students.
A rural Washington school district has found a new way to support students needing speech therapy and lighten the caseload for its crew of speech-language pathologists.