Posts Tagged ‘Technology’

UDL Series: Meeting the Needs of All Students

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) offers all students a variety of ways to engage with the content. Today’s students enter classrooms with a wide range of skills, needs, and interests. At the same time, much of the curriculum available to teachers is narrowly focused, making it hard to meet the diverse needs of these students. […]

UDL Series: What do you know about Universal Design for Learning?

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework for creating an approach to your instruction based on principles that allow all students to have access to the general education curriculum. Using a proactive approach to remove learning barriers by considering the natural variability of how students learn, UDL provides a blueprint for creating instructional goals, […]

Collaborative Teaching with Technology – July 28- Have You Registered?

Where do your comfort and skill levels fall with regards to effectively using technology to enhance your productivity and/or student outcomes?  Here’s a call to action- Join us July 28 for Collaborative Teaching with Technology!   What? Learn how to enhance instruction and improve student outcomes by meaningfully integrating technology into your collaborative classroom. Who? This workshop […]

Upcoming AAC Workshop: PECS to SGDs

Picture Exchange Communication System to Speech Generating Devices Date: July 20, 2015 Time: 9-4:00pm ID #: SU1532786 Register at: ecampus.esc13.net Is your learner ready to transition to a Speech Generating Device? Do you need help selecting a device and/or preparing your learner for the transition? This training will help get your questions answered! This full-day workshop […]

Computer Literacy and Kids with Disabilities

With the small amount of information currently available regarding the STAAR A assessment, teachers may be looking for resources around computer based learning and students with disabilities. A recent paper, from the National Center on Educational Outcomes, looks at some of the factors that affect students with disabilities on computer based assessments: Computer-based Testing: Practices […]

Technology Tips for Oral Administration

Special Education teachers spend a lot of their time reading tests and quizzes out loud to students, not to mention regular classroom lessons and assignments. For some students, this is an unavoidable part of their instructional plan. But we think that, for many students, technology tools can provide an equally good, if not better, approach […]

Creating a “Least Restrictive Environment” with Mobile Devices

Great blog post from Edutopia about using mobile devices to help improve access and instruction for students with disabilities: http://www.edutopia.org/blog/least-restrictive-environment-mobile-devices-beth-holland

Register Now! Class is 4/25/2013.

Attention PPCD, Early Childhood and Primary Lifeskills!  Only one week left until we welcome author and presenter  Jessica Roberts, who will walk us through making a video-based social story.  For more information on video social stories, visit her website: http://videostorieshelp.webs.com/ Jessica will pair up with a Region 13  literacy specialist for a full day of […]

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