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Proloquo2Go: this app is a great beginning tool for verbal communication. It includes a visual, auditory and reading aspect to get students used to learning to communicate.

Proloquo2Go: this app is a great beginning tool for verbal communication. It includes a visual, auditory and reading aspect to get students used to learning to communicate.

Using an iPad to help nonverbal autistic students speak; The To Go™ headsets can help students with iOS & Android-based mobile learning activities.  http://www.califone.com/blog/2012/06/08/to-go-classroom-headsets-connect-with-mobile-learning-devices/ #edtech #tech #mlearning #mobilelearning

Using an iPad to help nonverbal autistic children speak

Using an iPad to help nonverbal autistic students speak; The To Go™ headsets can help students with iOS & Android-based mobile learning activities. http://www.califone.com/blog/2012/06/08/to-go-classroom-headsets-connect-with-mobile-learning-devices/ #edtech #tech #mlearning #mobilelearning

"...this post isn't actually about modeling. Or teaching. Or aiding language development. It's about leaving kids alone and letting them explore their devices."

"...this post isn't actually about modeling. Or teaching. Or aiding language development. It's about leaving kids alone and letting them explore their devices."

This video was shot when we first starting using the iPad for communication with our (then) 2.5 year old toddler.  Since then, we've found a much better app (for us) called Speak for Yourself.  You can see it here:  http://youtu.be/RdrmL6JWF3g

This video was shot when we first starting using the iPad for communication with our (then) 2.5 year old toddler. Since then, we've found a much better app (for us) called Speak for Yourself. You can see it here: http://youtu.be/RdrmL6JWF3g

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