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great app
I love all the mobile education apps :) They have helped my children soo much!!!
welcometotheirworld on Oct 27, 2011 for Speech Journal
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Speech journel Tammy Hadley
This is another great app From Mobile education it allows me to adapt it to my sons needs.. we have even had the occasion to use it as a communication device as well.. highly recomned this app..
Tammy Hadley on Oct 27, 2011 for Speech Journal
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Great App!
Speech Journal is an easy app to totally customize for all learners. This user friendly app, has the ability to pair your own recorded messages with meaningful images. This is a wonderful way to create visual schedules, how to sequences, and individual social stories. It can be used to learn new vocabulary or to practice what to say during social situations. Another wonderful app by Mobile Education!
romcquill on Aug 23, 2011 for Speech Journal
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Remarkable Program
I am in love with this app and the Mobile Education team. It far surpasses my expectations and the customer service I received was outstanding. I had a problem with some pictures I downloaded from my camera to iPad and Kyle Tomson responded to my email immediately and stayed in contact till my problem was solved. The possibilities are endless with this app. I am using it to teach my speech kids the names of teachers and staff they will be seeing at school. Speech Journal is definitely a must for SLP's and families of special needs children. Thank you Mobile Education Team.
SLP Pam on Aug 19, 2011 for Speech Journal
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Every SLP needs this!
This app is the most useful, versatile therapy tool you can imagine. In one morning of speech therapy, I used it as a simple voice recorder, as a way to sequence events, as a practice tool for s-blend words, and as an on-the-fly vocabulary teaching tool. In one group, we used it to put together the recipe for our cooking activity, and in another group we put together our own practice conversation for ordering ice cream. The possibilities really are endless. It is so powerful, so easy to use, and so reinforcing. You can use your own images, or just grab images you need off the Internet, save them and plug them in. In seconds you can have customized materials ready for the situation at hand. This is wonderful! I will use this all the time.
DD SLP on Aug 7, 2011 for Speech Journal
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Great therapy tool!
As a speech pathologist, I'm always looking for new and improved apps to use with my students. This app has so many potential uses. I have been using it to develop expressive output by downloading meaningful pictures that the student can describe. As they get better with that we move on to combining sentences to describe a meaningful picture scene. You can then proceed to describing multiple pictures to tell a story. It's fun for the kids, especially when you use photos they relate to (like themselves)! You can also use it for social skills to talk about emotions. The therapist can record a social story related to a picture of the actual student and the child can listen to and talk about it in a meaningful context. Another great activity is taking a picture of the student and having them record how they are feeling and how their facial expression relays that feeling. This gives students with social skills deficits practice in matching non-verbal cues with verbal output. I find the kids love recording and listening to their own voices. It makes therapy dynamic and fun while also supporting the needs of my students. I, too, am just scratching the surface with this great app! There are so many possibilities. Thanks for another great app!
Klondrick on Aug 5, 2011 for Speech Journal
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