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WORKSHOP: Reading & Writing iPad Apps for Students with Learning Disabilities
WORKSHOP FULL

Does your child/student struggle to gain information from printed material, falling behind in grade level due to the struggle with decoding words, have poor comprehension? Is he/she a poor speller? Have difficulty getting thoughts on paper? In this session you will get an overview of challenges that students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities face, and how an iPad can benefit them.  We will look at apps such as text to speech, word prediction and graphic organizers, developing comprehension skills and more.

Feb. 26, 2016
10 AM - 12AM @ FRA in Shrewsbury
Cost:  $40
CEU's available
Presenter:  Arlene Siegwarth,
Assistive Technology Specialist/Teacher of the Handicapped

Limited number of registrants. This workshop is full.
 


iPad Clinic / Sharing Bring your iPad with your apps that you find useful and share with the group. See what others find useful and will share. Go home with a knowledge of useful apps to add to your inventory. Target Audience: Teachers, CST, therapists, parents (beginners or slightly experienced) Bring your own iPad if you have one.

Dates to be announced.


WORKSHOP: APPS for the Early Learner Focus will be on individuals with Autism / Developmental Challenges. Come See a variety of educational apps. We will cover areas of language development, interactive books, educational concepts, socialization, and basic communication. Target Audience: Teachers, CST, therapists, parents (beginners or slightly experienced) Bring your own iPad if you have one.

Dates to be announced.

Workshops paid for in part by funding from the Freeholders Monmouth County