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Mobile Technologies for ICT SEN By Myles Pilling Specialist SEN&D ICT Consultant AccessAbility Solutions #bett2014 1
Seminar Aims Overview of whats out there What apps help SEN How to implement a successful strategy 2
Low Cost vs High Cost …. Dont forget the Wifi! iPads Androids Windows 8 Surface Talking Tins TabletPCs NFC Tags 3
Apps that help! (iOS7) iWordQ - £12.99 Co-Writer - £12.99 Clicker Sentences - £19.99 Puppet Pals2- £6.99 iWriter - £2.99 CloudOn - £free 4
Apps that help! (MultiPlatform) Google Keep Google Chrome symwriter.com iCloud.com Low –cost Integrated tools 5
….and tools that can aid teaching and learning Pinterest Pearltrees Snapguides Prezi Haiku Touchdevelop.com for programming Windows 8 RT ….. But filtering might be the issue! 6
Apps that help! (Android ) Robin Kingston Office Swiftkey Google Keep Google+ Google Chrome Low –cost Integrated tools 7
..Dont forget the Cloud Ginger - £free eType - £free Google Keep - £free Evernote- £free iCloud - £free Dropbox £free 8
9 App Mapping Tool http://aas123.org/resources/online-resources/
Apps for Special Needs 10 http://apps4stages.wikispaces.com/AppWheels
Making IT work Mobiles for ALL..but not the same mobile! Matched to the need of the pupil 12
Making IT Work BYOD needs a home/school agreement Sharing time! Whats worked for you…etc Paired projects 13
Myles Pilling Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@aas123.org.uk Website: http://aas123.org.ukhttp://aas123.org.uk Twitter: @mylespilling 14
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