Week of November 29, 2010 - Live, Interactive, and Free Webinars in Elluminate

The Learning Revolution Has Begun

EPORTFOLIOS COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE: THE TRIALS 2010 (THE AUSTRALIA SERIES) Mon 29 Nov 08:30PM New York / Tue 29 Nov 01:30AM GMT / Tue 29 Nov 11:30AM Sydney Coach Carole. Data and results will be shared from the 2010 Eportfolio Implementation Trials. They will highlight the use of digital text and other assistive technologies. We will play games, share gifts, solve puzzles and have a virtual celebration of the end of 2010!

5 Ways EdTech Helps Students with Special Needs in the Classroom

ViewSonic Education

Special ed teachers rely on assistive learning devices to address the needs of student challenges. Referred to as assistive technology (AT), these devices are often decidedly low tech. Pencil grips, adapted paper and spelling aids all assist with writing.

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The Hottest Post Everyone's Reading

The Innovative Educator

Aug 24, 2010, 2255 9 Actions + Policies Necessary To Embrace Cell Pho. Apr 22, 2015, 2230 25 Incredible Assistive Technologies Sep 5, 2011, 1274 #Student Wisdom: Tech Doesn't Always = Innovation Apr 1, 2015, 1068 If You Haven't Paid Your Respects to Paper, You Sh. Here’s the roundup of what's been popular on The Here’s the roundup of what's been popular on The Innovative Educator blog. Below you’ll see the top posts along with the number of page views.

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The Hottest Post Everyone's Reading

The Innovative Educator

Aug 24, 2010, 2255 9 Actions + Policies Necessary To Embrace Cell Pho. Apr 22, 2015, 2230 25 Incredible Assistive Technologies Sep 5, 2011, 1274 #Student Wisdom: Tech Doesn't Always = Innovation Apr 1, 2015, 1068 If You Haven't Paid Your Respects to Paper, You Sh. Here’s the roundup of what's been popular on The Here’s the roundup of what's been popular on The Innovative Educator blog. Below you’ll see the top posts along with the number of page views.

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Georgia program for children with disabilities: ‘Separate and unequal’ education?

The Hechinger Report

They are often placed in separate classrooms within public schools and spend large numbers of hours on computers using technology that is not aligned with their specific needs. Related: Learning technology once reserved for special needs students is now in everyone’s hands.

“It’s unfair” special education students lag behind under Common Core in Kentucky

The Hechinger Report

Since Kentucky became the first state to adopt the Common Core in 2010, the achievement gap between students with disabilities and their nondisabled peers has widened slightly – despite sweeping expectations the more rigorous standards would help eliminate disparities in academic performance.