This video shows a variety of low to high tech assistive technology devices that might help students struggling with writing.
The Big Mack Communicator is a single message communication device. In this short video learn how to program and use the Big Mack Communicator in your classroom.
With the growing popularity of the iPad as an AAC device, AT practitioners need to be informed of the features of the available communication applications. By selecting the features of an application that best meet the needs of a particular student then the implementation of the AAC device is more successful. This video demonstrates features of various communication apps for the iPad and iTouch.
The Go Talk Communication device is a low tech, easy to use and durable communication device. In this short video learn how to program and use the Go Talk in your classroom.
The iTalk 2 communication device is a two message communication device which allows for choice making, commenting and requesting. In this short video learn how to program and use the iTalk 2 in your classroom.
In February 2011, educators in central Virginia gathered to explore assistive technology and create their own kits of light tech tools. In this video, they share ideas of how students might benefit from using these tools in the classroom. You can contact our library to borrow these tools at any time!
The Partner Communication Devices are low tech communication devices. The T/TAC library has 1, 2 and 4 selection Partner devices available for checkout. In this short video learn how to program and use the Partner Communication Devices in your classroom.
The step by step communicator allows the user to communicate using sequential messages. In this short video learn how to program and use the step by step in your classroom.
The time timer is a visual timer. In this short video learn various uses of the time timer in your classroom.
This video discusses visual supports and provides examples of simple solutions that can be used in any classroom to support student independence.