Recently I was sitting around with a few of my friends, and threw out the question to them, “what do you think about iPads being used in education?” My friends are not teachers, however without any background in teaching, they all had a lot of interesting things to say. One of my friends told me that in speech school she has learned a lot about how iPads are being used in special education, such as for voice boards.
There is an interesting app for iPads called Proloquo2Go. According to the website, Proloquo2Go is an ACC (augmentative and alternative communication) solution for people who have difficulty speaking or cannot speak at all. It is a form of text-to-speech and educators...
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