Each school year brings a slew of new special education apps to help teachers provide more effective instruction to their students with autism, speech delays, and other special learning needs. Some are truly groundbreaking and others, well, not so much. But there is one special education app that teachers, behavior consultants, speech therapists and other.... Read More > >
Sláinte! That’s Irish for “Good Health!” Add some holiday fun to your lessons using the Brain Parade holiday libraries or using your own pictures. You can find the “Misc Holidays” library in the Brain Parade Community. It includes images for St. Patrick’s day and a few other holidays. To find it, open See.Touch.Learn. and click the globe.... Read More > >
Debra Bryant is and expert and a thought leader on using technology to more effective reach the special need population. She recently shared her thoughts with Smart Blog on Education and she had some nice things to say about Brain Parade and See.Touch.Learn. too. Debra says that See.Touch.Learn. “has allowed me to develop skill-building.... Read More > >
On Dec. 9 Autism Speaks shipped 800 iPads and 800 copies of See.Touch.Learn. Pro to individuals in the autism community across 46 states. The recipients were between the ages of 4 and 60 years old and were selected from almost 16,000 applicants to the Autism Speaks grant program. Brain Parade is delighted to be a sponsor.... Read More > >
Fractus Learning chose See.Touch.Learn as one of “5 Different Education Apps to Stimulate Your Child’s Mind.” It’s easy to see why we made the list. There are thousands of images to choose from in this learning tool for children with special needs. Discover more here.
Last week we concluded the “Share Your Story” promotion and chose one lucky contributor to receive an iPad mini. Congratulations Monika of Fort Worth, TX and her son Manny pictured here with his new iPad. We’ll post some of the great stories we received right here soon! -Jim
What an incredible story about a boy who was unable to communicate until he started using his iPad. Once he did, what he had to say surprised everyone.
September 19, 2012 I’m sitting on a flight home from St. Louis and reflecting on the past two days at the Touch Technology Applications for Children with Special Needs Conference. I first became aware of this event when a Facebook friend Debra Bryant told me about it. Debra is a BCaBA, LBA, and.... Read More > >
Brain Parade® is Celebrating Back to School by putting Everything On Sale! ** Until September 23rd Only! ** Now’s your chance to purchase libraries for See.Touch.Learn. or upgrade to See.Touch.Learn. Pro 2012 at big discounts! All Libraries reduced to $1.99 $0.99 Custom Card Designer reduced to $3.99 $2.99! See.Touch.Learn.™ Pro 2012 reduced to.... Read More > >
Brain Parade founder and president Jim McClafferty had an opportunity to sit down with Amelie Wilson, News 12 Connecticut Anchor and Education Notebook host to talk about See.Touch.Learn. Watch the interview here.