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Audra Mullner posted a status
"I just recently joined the IPADs in Education Website and found it to be very informative, easy to use, and helpful."
Nov 9, 2012
Audra Mullner commented on Rachelle Babcock's blog post Digital Camera's in the classroom
"Rachelle, I really enjoyed this video. I know that when I take pictures of my students on the classroom IPAD, they always want to see the picture or help take the pictures. It is a great tool to implement in the classroom. We also have a digital…"
Nov 6, 2012
Audra Mullner replied to David Petrick's discussion flickr for teaching and learning for all grade levels to foster communication with classrooms across the world
"David, I love this idea. I think that this will motivate students to want to interact with more of their surrounding peers on a regular basis. Interacting with other peers online about academics is a great strategy to teach our students;…"
Oct 31, 2012
Audra Mullner commented on Audra Mullner's blog post The use if IPADS in special education classrooms
"Thanks Chris, that is a great link!!!! :)"
Oct 27, 2012
Audra Mullner replied to Nicole Olbrish's discussion Cyberbullying
"What about posting several defintions of cyber bullying and askign students to create their own based on their personal expierences?"
Oct 27, 2012
Chris Zawacki commented on Audra Mullner's blog post The use if IPADS in special education classrooms
"Audra:   Here is a link to a really good article regarding IPads in the special education classroom.  It has in depth information as well as additional links to resources, articles, videos, etc.  I hope you find it…"
Oct 26, 2012
Dale Cirillo liked Audra Mullner's blog post The use if IPADS in special education classrooms
Oct 25, 2012
Audra Mullner replied to David Petrick's discussion How has technology in your classroom impact student learning and achievement?
"David I agree, with technology becoming a large portion of our student's lives, it most certainly improve both student learning and acheivement."
Oct 25, 2012
Audra Mullner commented on Audra Mullner's blog post The use if IPADS in special education classrooms
"Thanks Sasha, this helped me alot!!!"
Oct 25, 2012
Sasha Reese commented on Audra Mullner's blog post The use if IPADS in special education classrooms
"CEC actually has some information in their most current edition of Teaching Exceptional Children. Here is the link to it www.cec.sped.org/TEC/plus. I hope this helps a little!"
Oct 24, 2012
David Petrick commented on Audra Mullner's blog post The use if IPADS in special education classrooms
"When technology can narrow the communication gap of students with exceptionalities, then the learning world is open to so many learning possibilities."
Oct 23, 2012
Audra Mullner posted a blog post

The use if IPADS in special education classrooms

I am currently doing research on this topic and I am having difficulties find current literature on this. I feel it is a valuable topic and one that needs to be looked into. My work received a grant and therefore I now have an IPAD in my classroom for my students, many of whom who are on the spectrum. It is helping them so much, they are beginning to use language and they are now able to demonstrate to us their academic abilities that unfortunately we may have never had the opportunity to see.See More
Oct 19, 2012
Audra Mullner replied to David Petrick's discussion How has technology in your classroom impact student learning and achievement?
"I agree David, if technology is implemented correctly and monitored it can be highly beneficial for students as well as motivating."
Oct 19, 2012
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Oct 10, 2012
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Oct 2, 2012

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The use if IPADS in special education classrooms

Posted on October 19, 2012 at 11:08am 5 Comments

I am currently doing research on this topic and I am having difficulties find current literature on this. I feel it is a valuable topic and one that needs to be looked into. My work received a grant and therefore I now have an IPAD in my classroom for my students, many of whom who are on the spectrum. It is helping them so much, they are beginning to use language and they are now able to demonstrate to us their academic abilities that unfortunately we may have never had the opportunity to…

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Hunter Gainey commented on John Marsh's blog post 10 Effective Tips To Teach Math For Slow Learner
"These are great tips that can be used in math for slow learners. I also feel that many of the tips can also be used across other subjects. I also believe that creating a fun and enjoyable learning environment can be extremely important in reaching…"
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