I Education Apps Review (IEAR)

If you are in the Teachers of Students with Disabilities or the Teachers of Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired programs here at Dominican College, it might be worthwhile for you to take a look at the www.iear.org site, specifically this post which talks about apps for students with special needs (the platforms are iTouch, iPhone, and iPad).

 One app that was reviewed was CrazyFaceLite: “Free app by Ezone.com where a green furry monster face moves his/her lips whenever you talk; great for students with trouble speaking, encourages shy students to speak more often.”

And also, note the link at the bottom of the blog post for the work posted by Eric Sailer: iPhone, iPad and iPod touch Apps for (Special) Education (scribd.com).

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