Issues in Autism-Tech Resources in Context
Aside from the many web and mobile apps dedicated to special education, speech and language pathologists, behavior therapists, teachers, and caregivers can avail themselves of other resources that, applied creatively, can facilitate student learning in a variety of areas. This presentation will present a model for evaluating available resources on the web and iOS devices (iPad, iPod, iPhone) and helping students apply these in context. In addition to the FIVES criteria (Free or Nearly Free, Interactive, Visual, Educationally Relevant, “Speechie”/Specific, participants will learn about using animation and comic creators to develop narrative and social cognition.
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