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Online and Hybrid Learning Trends and Technologies (DESTRN)
Webinar Archive: Understanding and Applying Web 2.0 Technologies to Teaching and Learning
This webinar is part of the February 2016 ISTE Professional Learning Series.
Even in the absence of students with diagnosed disabilities, all classrooms have a wide variance in students' needs and abilities. In fact, neuroscience tells us there is no average student: all learners share variability in how they access and process information, express their understanding and are motivated to learn. One way to address this variability is to proactively plan flexible learning environments with many options for learners. Technology facilitates this by freeing us from fixed formats, such as printed text, that put some learners at a disadvantage. By paying attention to inclusive design, we can leverage powerful technologies such as text to speech, word prediction and captions to make learning work for all of our students. Join us for a fast paced session where you will learn actionable strategies for creating the learning environments our diverse learners deserve.
Presented by the ISTE Inclusive Learning Network.
What is “Assistive Technology”? This session is designed for people working in Special Education and new to the field of Assistive Technology. It will provide a cursory fundamental overview of assistive technology (AT) as well as a snapshot of AT supports for people of different abilities, ages and environments. Topics to be covered will include: Consideration, Student Assessment, Access Issues, Mobile Learning Devices, Accessible Instructional Materials, Intellectual, Sensory and Physical Impairments and will be highlighted through real-world examples. A wonderful opportunity to increase your general awareness about assistive technology and have your questions answered.
The Practical (and Fun) Guide to Assistive Technology in Pub (CHEWAT ) (eBook)
Not sure where to begin with figuring what apps to use? Join a panel of national experts in the field of Assistive Technology for Special Education as they SPEED through sharing and demonstrations of their favorite Apps for use in Special Education. Participants may also have the time to share their own offerings in this FAST-PACED environment. A wonderful way to add some wonderful proven apps to your technology toolbelt!
Webinar Archive: Common Core: Integrate Technology to Teach the English Language Arts Standards to Get Students College and Career Ready
Learning and Schooling in the Age of Mobilism
Learning Trajectory for Transforming Teachers’ Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics and Science With Digital Image and Video Technologies in an Online Learning Experience JDLTE, 2015; 31(1): 5-17