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Domain 5 - Assessment & Assistive Technology

The assessment section looks at Assessment terms and definitions, different tools and models of assessment and the different approaches to assessment. It also looks at IEP's. The second part looks at AT assessments and AT for communication, reading, writing, hearing and vision.
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Assistive technology for kids with LD: An overview


Assistive technology for kids with LD: An overview | GreatKids

Reading from Domain 5 I will be referring back to as I need more time to process them in more depth.



A quick reference to direct colleagues and teachers too if they are wanting to discover more about CoPs - the computerised assessment of dyslexia.


Computerised assessment of dyslexia - Lucid Research

Through Different Eyes Exemplar Wheel - A resource I will refer Sencos/teachers to and a resource I will refer back to a lot. I have already trialed this wheel based on my knowledge of referrals I currently have and students I have worked with in the past. A valuable resource to assist with narrative writing.

Through Different Eyes - Search Exemplar Wheel

A resource from the readings on moodle I need to go back to to deepen my knowledge and understanding in this area.


Autism Apps that have a research rating. Clearly identifies learning area they support, the platform the apps are used on, the age of students that benefit from using the apps and the supporting research. A future reference for myself and colleagues/teachers/professionals I work alongside.

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An extensive of apps that can be helpful to students with dyslexia, parents of dyslexics, and professionals who work with dyslexics. A resource worth sharing. Apps chosen are proven to help dyslexic students in ways that are in line with evidence-based practice.

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A reference I will share with colleagues/teachers and professionals I work with as there is a wide range of apps to support special needs students. I want to come back to this when I have the time to look closely at the apps and to consider the enablers and barriers of them. The apps range from visual supports, autism apps, speech therapy, behaviour, foundational skills, and early language development. A great resource for my context.

78 Free iPad Apps for Students with Special Needs