I have used ipads an early childhood special education setting as assistive communication device and to teach social skills, communication skills, fine motor skills conceptual skills, pre-literacy and pre-numeracy skills. I was wondering if you are willing to share creative ways you use technology to support special education in your classroom.

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There are a TON of engaging websites for early learners that reinforce key academic concepts. Symbaloo  is a visual tool teachers can use to gather and organise the most commonly used websites on their computer desktops as graphical tiles. 

Kids are crazy for technology. It’s important to provide early learners with time to simply play, create & use their imaginations. Early childhood special education professionals provide training & help as a resource to early childhood providers in groups/sections settings such as preschool, child care & Head Start programs to meet the developmental learning needs of young children.http://www.selectmytutor.co.uk/subject-special-needs.html

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