Digital Tools to Support Communication Skills

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Image courtesy of Lorca Elementary

Image courtesy of Lorca Elementary

In this Common Sense Media post “Boost Communication Skills with These 9 Apps”, Kira DeVaul shares recommendations of apps and online tools teachers can use to help children with speech and language difficulties communicate. According to Kira, “using these apps and websites, students of all abilities can practice translating what’s in their mind into written or spoken words.”  Within the article and app ratings, there are ideas for how teachers can use these tools with students to enhance learning and connect to their pedagogy.

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