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iPad use in Speech-Language Pathology on-line presentation 2013

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Introductions
Technology in assessment and intervention
Barriers
Benefits
Stage 1: Cause and effect
Stage 2: Readiness
Apps for Early Years
SLP apps
General Apps
Books
Interventions
with Connections
Administration
Personal Productivity
iPad use in
Speech-Language
Pathology

Best
Practice
Principles

Evidence
Client Needs
Focus
Acknowledgements
consider benefits and limitations
explore research results
explore a few apps
identify appropriate uses in your setting
become an app developer
Of technology use with pediatric and adult clients
Increased technology knowledge (clinician and child)
Status (cool factor)
Existing familiarity
Motivating/engaging
Socially acceptable
Convenience
Start here
Lu-Anne McFarlane
Associate Professor
Department of Speech Pathology
University of Alberta

iOS devices
New challenges for education/rehab
Digital Natives
Engaging
Facilitative context
Functional
Naturalistic (social comm)
Meaningful communication partner
Individualized
Focused
"Pedagogy"
Accountability
Efficient/practical
apps4stages wikispace
"Vocabulary" and concepts of digital use
link between touching device and "action"
consistent control over device access
single finger
"swipe", "tap & release" "tap & hold"
Purposes of app exposure in this stage
Introduction
"Cards" and apps
Samples
Lack of social interaction
Too much already
Not familiar
Potential for misuse
"fantasy for parents"
McFarlane, Conley, Fournier, Hanson, O'Brien (2011)
Rating Scale
based on
Best Practice Principles
Literacy/Phonemic Awareness
Writing
Reading
Educational apps & Edutainment
Story Books
Information Sources/Curriculum
You Tube
Tip
Web-based resources
apps
On-line resources
"Work" apps and "gadgets"
Keynote
Camera/video
Whiteboards
Counters
Timers
Extras
These are a few of my favorite things:
Audio recording
Organization
Microphones
Audio Memos (Imesart)
Things (Cultured Code)
Snowball/Snowflake (Blue Microphones)
Where to next??
Limitations of apps
Limitations of the tool
Potential for misuse
Institutional barriers
Strategies for success
Education (Parent, teachers, SLP)
Collaborative, mediated use
Involvement in app dev.
Communities of practice
McFarlane, Conley, Fournier, Hanson, O'Brien (2011)
Refocus on BPP
Easy use of pics/videos
Cost
Ease of use
Flexibility
Size
Visual support
"mobile, portable resource room"
Increased technology knowledge
McFarlane, Conley, Fournier, Hanson, O'Brien (2011)
Cases for use in healthcare
http://www.chefsleeve.com/
http://www.modulrcase.com
http://store.griffintechnology.com/airstrap-med-case
Case for kids:
Jot Pro
Cosmonaut
Stylus
http://www.speckproducts.com/tablet-ipad-cases/iguy-for-ipad.html
(
Protect and disinfect)
I want to be part of the resurgence of things that are tangible, beautiful and soulful, rather than just give in to the digital age. But when I talk to people about this they just say, "Yeah, I know what you mean", and stare at their mobiles.

Jack White
app: Stop Go!
by:
Generate Learning
app: Peek-A-Boo Barn/Forest/Fridge...
by:
Night & Day Studios
app: First Words Pro/First Phrases
by:
Hamaguchi Apps
Articulation IV
$39.99 by:
Learning Fundamentals
Articulation
Station $49.99 by: Little Bee Speech
You're the Storyteller - The Surprise
$5.99 by:
Hamaguchi apps
Concepts
Alphatots
< $5.00
by: spinlight
Toca Tea Party
< $ 5.00
by: Tocaboca
My PlayHome/School/Store/Hospital
< $5.00 by: Simon Young
Story Creation
Wheels on the bus
$ .99 by: Duck duck Moose
Story Patch
$ 4.99 by:Haywoodsoft
http://rehabilitation.ualberta.ca/departments/communication-sciences-and-disorders/resources-for-clinicians-and-researchers/ipad-resources
Warm-up
Living in an iWorld is like:
iPad Research Projects
Lu-Anne McFarlane with:
PEDIATRIC
Robyn Conley
Angele Fournier
Karly Hanson
Colleen O"Brien
ADULT
Sue Decker
Mary Gibson
Erin Humphreys
Pamela Miller
Jenna Palmer
Focus Group
Learning
Sessions
iPad Loan
Focus Group
Generate a list of "principles" that are "best practice" in your field
Choose one of these apps. Generate as many SLP uses for this app as possible.
Growth Path
McFarlane, Decker, Gibson,
Humphreys, Miller, Palmer (2012)
ideas for app improvements and development
flexible use of iPad
modification of apps
strategies to reduce barriers
training colleagues, parents
Non-Users
Emergent Users
Integrated Users
tangible aspects for benefits
technology "stereotypes"
outside drivers for use
iPad as supplement to current practice
focus on strategies to select and evaluate apps
awareness of time commitment needed to learn
Generate ideas for an app for your profession/population
Naming TherAppy $24.99
Tactus Therapy Solutions
Britannica kids:
Volcanoes $4.99 by: Encyclopedia Brittanica
More Grillin'
< $5.00 by:
Maverick Software LLC
Decide Now!
< $5.00 by: Catforce Studio
Make Dice
< $5.00 by:
Masashi Hanayama
Keynote
< $10.00 by: Apple
Common-sense media (2011, 2013)
1. Mobile access dramatically higher
(52% in 2011 - 75% in 2013)

2. Time on mobile devices triples
(72% use devices, 38% of kids under 2)
3. Traditional media use decreased
- total screen time is lower
4. TV still highest media use
5. Large gap between rich and poor for mobile access
Noodlewords
by:
Noodleworks
Busy Shapes: by:
Edoki Academy
Slide & Spin
Free by:
Myfirstapp Ltd.
R intensive by:
Smarty Ears
Harry and the Haunted House by:
Wanderful, Inc.
iPractice verbs by:
Smarty Ears
Trucks HD by:
Duck Duck Moose
University of Alberta
iPad resources

App rating Scale
Bobo Discovers Light,
AXL & Tuna
by:
Game Collage (< $5.00)

Share one of your own apps with a small group:
Evaluate it with the rating scale.
Common-sense Media
iPad Resources
University of Alberta
April 2010
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