Assistive technologies do not teach reading or spelling or take the place of direct intervention, but with guidance, they allow children with dyslexia and other language-learning disorders to keep up with their curriculum.
Explore the apps, software and services the Lawrence School recommends.
Narrators make stories come alive and allow your child to enjoy books in a whole new way.
Learning Ally is a non-profit subscription service that provides audiobooks for people with print disabilities. Learning Ally subscriptions allow the user to get unlimited audiobooks. Learning Ally is somewhat unique in that most of the books are read aloud by a human, not a computer (80,000 titles read by a human), and their library contains textbooks, as well as other selections.
When learners can't access grade-level content, they fall further behind. Features in Kurzweil 3000 enable students to access content above their proficiency level as they build their literacy skills. Their reading speed and accuracy will increase, they'll become more effective writers, and their test results will improve.
Allows children to turn their own spoken words into written text. This can help with school work as well as with other written communication, including letters, e-mail and creative writing.
A simple way to complete any school worksheet on your iPad or Tablet.
Online mind mapping. It all starts with an idea.