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    iPad, iPhone & iPod apps

    in Speech & LanguageTherapy

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    The Devices

    iPad 1 or 2

    iPhone

    iPod touch

    Android devices

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    Major App Categories

    Apps not designed for therapy but can be adapted fortherapy

    Apps designed for therapy/assessment

    Apps for motivation

    .Data/Caseload tracking & organisation apps

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    Is there any Evidence that Appscan help children with Speech

    delays?

    We should not be mapping the use of new technologies onto old curricula, rather,we need to rethink our curricula and pedagogies in the light of the impact that weknow technologies can have on learning and meaning making in contemporarytimes (Yelland, 2007).

    What is the evidence behind Mr. PotatoHead?

    Apps do not replace you! Do not use apps as a television!

    STILL PLAN YOUR THERAPYThe apps are just the tool or

    activity

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    Can even Angry Birds promote

    learning?

    YES!

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    1. If the student/child is already familiar with Angry Birds, get himto explain the whole game to you. If you are working on writingskills, this can even be a written assignment.

    2. You and the child can play one or several levels together;

    however the child has to describe their strategy to getting tothe pig prior to playing the level. If you are with a group ofstudents; how about having each student think out theirstrategies separately and get them to discuss which strategy isbest and then put into action?

    3. Select a level and ask the student to play it once, then askthem to describe their strategies verbally or create writtenmaterial that describes their strategies.

    This can also be used for articulation:

    How can Angry Birds promote

    learning??

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    Game Apps

    Which concepts can you teach using this app?

    How would you use this app with a group of students?

    What are the things you need to be careful with regards tothis app?

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    Jenga App

    GOALS

    Prepositions

    Following directions

    Verbs

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    Things to Remember

    0There is no such thing as a useless app.

    0The Apps are not meant to replace you.

    0Be creative

    0Dont lose perspective and remember how lifewas before the iPad.

    0Plan therapy and teaching.

    0Use your students interest.

    0Reinforcing while playing.

    0Free apps are free you get what you pay for.

    0There are new apps all the time.

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    Sunny Articulation Phonology Test

    The S.A.P.T has 2 possible assessment

    options:

    0 Screening

    0 Full Evaluation

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    S.A.P.T Screenshots

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    S.A.P.T Screenshots

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    S.A.P.T Screenshots

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    S.A.P.T Screenshots

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    The cost of apps for SLT

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    Increased iPad usage inhealthcare settings