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 Recommended Apps for Dyslexic Students booklet - these are Apps we like.   Download copy in WORD document format.

Apps shown in the Apps Wheel  at CallScotland  - iPad Apps for Learners with Dyslexia/ Reading and Writing Difficulties

      Open and Click on the app name

Math Apps Wheel :   Open

More Apps for learning:

An excellent list of Apps is available at  http://www.spelfabet.com.au/phonics-resources/computer/apps/                Thank you Alison Clarke.

OzPhonics http://ozphonics.com/index.html

BDA Technologies http://bdatech.org/what-technology/small-portable-devices/apps/  An excellent run down on useful apps.

Fitzroy Readers - haveexcellent apps and also reading materials. http://www.fitzprog.com.au/       Located in Fitzroy North.

Claro Apps: writing, TTS, and word and phrase prediction apps.  ClaroSpeakPlus can speak each word as it is typed or inserted into the Message Window. Text in the Message Window can be spoken using the in-built human quality voices. Also you can use the built in Word Prediction and Phrase Prediction to speed up writing. 

https://www.claro-apps.com/clarospeak/

SnapType     With SnapType, students can take a picture of their worksheets, or import worksheets from anywhere on their device. They can then use their iOS device keyboard to add text to these documents and print, email, or share their creations. It is the perfect solution for kids, and even adults, who struggle with their handwriting. http://www.snaptypeapp.com/

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John Vincent has kindly put together 2 short lists of what he considers are his most valuable apps for a) older students and b) younger students.    Click here to download a copy of John's list.

Pat Minton likes Shakespeare in Bits     -  great for secondary students. https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/shakespeare-in-bits/id373763461?mt=8

HelpKidzLearn iPad and Android Apps  http://www.helpkidzlearn.com/apps

 

 

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