Thanks for this great list, with descriptions of the apps!
TeachThought and TWA are pleased to bring you another ‘Best of 2012′ app list: 13 Of The Best Special Needs Apps of 2012!
1. See. Touch.Learn. Pro by Brain Parade is one app that can have many purposes, including creating your own lessons. The most important asset to this app is built-in flashcards with interactive features that can be customized by a speech therapist, teacher or parent. Having all the libraries available and the ability to add your own custom cards makes it a very powerful learning tool.
2. Pictello by Assistiveware offers a fun way to create and share talking photo albums and stories and is used by many teachers, students, families and children. It offers a fun way to create social stories and is used by many teachers, students, families and children.
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