Like a lot of other people are, I’m taking this week to relax a bit and do some things that I haven’t had time for lately. Therefore, all this week I’m rewinding the year by republishing the 25 most-read posts of the year. I hope that those of you who are also on vacation this week, enjoy every moment of it. See you (virtually) in the New Year.
Whether they’re owned by students or provided by schools iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches are increasingly being used for academic purposes. Recently, Apple added a new category to the App Store just for special education. In the special education section of the App Store you’ll find dozens of applications (both free and paid) for literacy, organization, emotional development, dictation applications, sign language, and more.
H/T to Audrey Watters at Read Write Web.