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  1. Using the iPad to Support Emotional Regulation

  2. Who I Am? • Jason Backes, MSOT • Occupational Therapist • Autism Specialist • Innovation Coach

  3. Who Are You? • Educator • Parent / Caregiver • Administrator • Speech Therapist • Occupational Therapist • Other Support Staff

  4. How Long Have You Had YouriPad? • Over a year • 6 months to a year • Under 6 months • I don’t have an iPad yet

  5. What is Emotional Regulation? • According to the SCERTS® Model (www.scerts.com), it is “the development of the ability to maintain a well-regulated emotional state to cope with everyday stress, and to be most available for learning and interacting.” • As adults, we constantly emotionally regulate ourselves all the time whether it be for calming purposes or for energy-boosting purposes, etc. Our children need our direct help to regulate themselves as well as how to learn how to regulate themselves without our help.

  6. Mutual Regulation? When the adult and child work together to achieve a well-regulated emotional state for the child. Johns Hopkins University Dept. of Education

  7. Self Regulation? When the child works by his or herself to achieve a well-regulated emotional state.

  8. The App Store There are over 750,00 Apps in the App Store

  9. Consider the iPad for ER • Changing the Level of Arousal • Defining the Emotional Experience • Behavior Management • Self Regulation • Mutual Regulation • Communication/Language

  10. Apps to Find Apps App Shopper AustimApps Discovr Apps

  11. Changing the Level of Arousal • Calming Pocket Pond iHologramBeatWave

  12. Changing the Level of Arousal • Calming Jigsaw HD iPad Photo Booth Pandora

  13. Changing the Level of Arousal • Calming C Aquarium Lite Breathe2Relax Relax M. HD

  14. Movement Office Yoga Me Moves

  15. Games/Entertainment • Action Angry Birds Traffic Rush NinJump

  16. Games/Entertainment • Word games Words W/Friends Moxie Word Warp

  17. Games/Entertainment • Multi-Player Pac-Man BR Crazy Copy Fruit Ninja

  18. Defining the Emotional Experience • Feelings/Emotions • The GrouchiesEmotionX Feel Electric

  19. Defining the Emotional Experience • Feelings/Emotions Shrinky’s Anxiety Remedy Autism Emotion Training Faces

  20. Social Understanding • Social Stories Comic Book! Ebook Creator ibooks

  21. Social Understanding • Proactive Strategies • Use of Social Stories/ Video Modeling You Tube Model Me Morning Routines Going Places

  22. Processing Information Explain Everything Popplet Educreations

  23. Behavior Management • Proactive Strategies • Scheduling First Then Vis. Sch. Pocket Picture Planner Click n’ Talk Use Your Handwriting

  24. Behavior Management • Proactive Strategies • Timers Take Turns Visual Timer HD Time Timer

  25. Behavior Management • Emotional Regulation Autism Help! Soshiseismometer

  26. Communication with Others Skype WiFi Third Eye TextPlus Free texting

  27. Augmentative Communication • Photo/ Symbol Recognition Click’n Talk Talk’n Photos Pictello

  28. Communication System • Simple Tap Speak Sequence Tap Speak Choice Choice Board Creator Sounding Board Talk'n Photos

  29. Communication Systems Proloquo2Go Sono Flex LAMP Words For Life

  30. Communication Systems Expressive Touch Chat

  31. Increasing Language Talking News Talking Tom Talking Rex Vast Autism 1-Core Oral Motor

  32. Web sites that offer ideas for activities, apps and discussion forums relating to special education. • http://www.speakingofspeech.com A wonderful resource for speech clinicians. Helps with lesson planning and materials (great games) • http://www.youtube.com • http://wonderopolis.org/ Sponsored by the National Center for Family Literacy • http://momswithapps.com • http://bestappsforkids.com • http://mobilelearning4specialneeds.wikispaces.com/App+Lists • http://www.storylineonline.net Stories read with captioning by actors • http://www.thekidzpage.comActivities, games, puzzles etc

  33. Web sites that offer ideas for activities, apps and discussion forums relating to special education. • http://kids.yahoo.com • http://www.picnik.comExcellent and easy photo editing for free • http://www.masher.com Video editing/emailing • http://www.cmch.tv Center on media and child health…research based discussion on our kids and media. Advice for teachers/parents • http://meesterc.wordpress.com Check out her links! • http://livebinders.com/play/play_or_edit?id=26195 • http://assistivetech.ning.com/ Allows you to chat with others regarding apps, use of iPod/iPad in the classroom and also has a link to literacy issues in AAC • http://appsforaac.net Lists apps by characteristics, allows you to compare features, a nice compilation.

  34. Additional Web Sites • http://www.snapps4kids.com/ Nice info from families, therapists, doctors and teachers. • http://bestappsforkids.com • http://a4cwsn.com/  Apps for children with special needs • http://www.ipadsforeducation.vic.edu.au/  Contains links to information about “Why the iPad”, “Classroom ideas”,  “Case Studies”, “Education Apps” and more • https://sites.google.com/site/schrockipad/ Breaks down use of iPad by curriculum areas (Special Education and Typical Education )

  35. Thank You! • Feel Free to contact me: Jason Backes, MSOT jjbackes@district287.org