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Dyscalulator ($0.00) The more ways you experience a number, the better chance you have to understand it. In Dyscalculator numbers are presented in four different ways: Number symbol (76) Worded numbers (seventy-six) Audio (numbers can be read out loud) Graphical (numbers can be illustrated as bars) A common mistake is to type in the digits of a number in the wrong order. With the Dyscalculator you can easily swap the digits around until you get the correct number.
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Finding Good Apps for Children with Autism -- NYTimes 2011 Leo Rosa, son of Shannon Des Roches Rosa, of Redwood City, Calif., plays with Spot the Dot, an educational app for the iPad that has been shown to work well with children who have autism.
Element II.6: Teachers incorporate a knowledge and understanding of technology in their lessons to enhance student learning. Technology in Special Education classrooms is useful because it offers a different way for the students to learn. iPads are useful resources in a Special Education classroom because there are many great apps for students to use to enhance their learning. Grade Level- 3rd