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Free Apps I Recommend

2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

Free Apps I Recommend   Grasshopper Apps puts out a series of “I Like” ebooks for children that are great. Each book of the series focuses on a specific topic and the photographs are excellent. What I like about the photographs is that they exude warmth. The reading level for each is first grade for [...]

Free Apps I Recommend2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

Delayed Auditory Feedback and Volume Control App

2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

    Speech4Good is an app designed by Jack McDermott  to help those who stutter gain fluency by using delayed auditory feedback. The app is easy and straight forward to use. One plugs in one’s headset (DAF can only be used with headsets) and moves a button right to select one’s preferred delay time, adjustable [...]

Delayed Auditory Feedback and Volume Control App2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

I use a vocabulary flashcard app (by www.superflas…

2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

I use a vocabulary flashcard app (by www.superflashcard.com) for Android and iOS, they have pronunciation and image for each word. I spend 2 hours with this app everyday, sometimes I also create new flashcards on what I want to focus on.

I use a vocabulary flashcard app (by www.superflas…2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

Articulation Station Pro

2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

There are articulation apps available that those of us who travel will find handy because they save us the hassle of schlepping cards around. They are not animated so they get no points for animation and interactivity. But then the iPad is a convenient tool as one may find this app to be as well. [...]

Articulation Station Pro2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

The App Development Learning Curve

2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

Those readers who read my earlier posts know that I began developing an app nearly a year ago. I had hired a local company called Zenuity. They had an impressive office in a building about ten minutes from my home. The first person I met was Earl Mincer. He was the lead tech man of [...]

The App Development Learning Curve2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

Great Middle and High School Dictionary Apps

2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

The Enchanted Dictionary: Apps for our profession continue to get better and better. The Enchanted Dictionary apps for 4-6thand 7-12th grades are proof of how far app developers have come in producing apps that utilize the wonders of the iPad as they teach and challenge children. These two creative apps are not dictionaries in the [...]

Great Middle and High School Dictionary Apps2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

Apps and EBP

2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00

When I review apps, my years of experience play a significant role in my assessments of the usefulness of apps. I rarely base my reviews on research to determine if the app is evidence based.  This is because research is time consuming and the reviews of apps take a considerable amount of my time. However, [...]

Apps and EBP2017-12-10T19:35:34+00:00