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#1 Special Education App for Back to School

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 > >

Mass High Tech Journal – calls Brain Parade “One you should follow”

Startup Watch: Five You Should Follow The Mass High Tech business journal highlighted Brain Parade as a startup to watch. Mass High Tech covers the high tech industry in the New England region. I have been a reader of Mass High Tech since 2001 and I’m delighted to be recognized by them and by.... Read More > >

A Very Rewarding Event

  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 > >

Sneak Peek – See.Touch.Learn. Version 2.0!

We’re Excited! We’ve been hard at work making See.Touch.Learn. even better and we think we’ve got some really exciting new features that you are going to love. Many of these new features are based on your feedback. We’re working hard to have this available to you in early September! Here are a few of.... Read More > >

The Old Schoolhouse Educational Apps Directory

See.Touch.Learn.® featured in The Old Schoolhouse Magazine Educational Apps Directory The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine is the premier, monthly homeschooling magazine, offering homeschoolers a variety of resources, encouragement, and ways to learn about the latest and greatest educational resources out there. The 2012 Educational App Directory was just released in July and Brain Parade® is.... Read More > >

Two New User Requested Libraries Released

Tell us what you want and we’ll deliver! A few weeks ago we asked our users what libraries they’d like to see us develop next. In response we released Vehicles last week and First 100 Words just today! First 100 Words is on sale for $1.99 USD through July 20th after which it will.... Read More > >

Maine (Auburn) gives ALL kindergarten kids iPad2 devices

An iPad for every Child The Auburn, ME School Committee voted unanimously to provide every kindergartner in the city with an iPad2 computer in the fall to boost learning. School Superintendent Tom Morrill called it a “game changer”. Where have I heard that before? (see my blog post from December 3, 2010) The rollout.... Read More > >

See.Touch.Learn.™ featured in App Friday!

Moms with Apps is a group of individual, independent, family-friendly developers who share best practices on making and marketing mobile apps. Each Friday Moms with Apps features one of more apps and today in support of Autism Awareness Month, Brain Parade was chosen for the App Friday promotion. Visit Moms with Apps and check.... Read More > >