Presently there are no mandated Common Core Standards for preschool children.
We want to develop mastery—but we also need to let students use their imagination and have fun while learning.
If you are teaching History or Social Studies in grades 6-12, the following apps will help you meet the Common Core Standards:
The Social Express™, only $29.99 for the month of May, is an award-winning app for children and young adults with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The iPad has opened many doors for children because of its multidisciplinary approach and its evidence-based practice.
If you work with children on the spectrum, you know what a great addition the social story apps have been to the iTunes App Store.
The TI-Nspire iPad app from TexasInstruments (TI) can teach high schoolstudents the most difficult high school mathconcepts using an inviting and engagingformat.
With the job market still being quite competitive, it is important to have a strong CV/Resume and know how to answer interview questions.
Assistive technology (AT) is a hypernym that includes assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitation devices for people with disabilities.
Despite their growing engagement with the touch-screen tablet world, children still need to learn keyboarding.