I want to provide educators with a link to my blog: http://speechlanguagepathologysharing.blogspot.com/. I created the blog to share speech-language materials that I personally designed. Even if a educator is not in speech or special education, I believe that my blog can be appreciated by those in regular education. Regular educators might still be able to use my materials with their students, or they can just see how I use technology with students.

My blog contains computer books, language supports, social stories, "how to" postings and social language videos. One video I'm particularly proud of is a "how to" for low-cost interactive applications using a MacBook, including a touch-screen, interactive whiteboard, and gesture recognition. Not only can it be viewed on my blog or here on Classroom 2.0, it can be seen on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COCpYx41la0&feature=channel_page. The best part of the video is that I show how the applications can be purchased for less than a $100! Check it out!

Eric Sailers, M.A., CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist

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Tags: Wiimote, blog, gesture, pathology, recognition, sharing, speech-language, touch-screen, whiteboard


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