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A Helping Hand: Assistive Technology Tools for Writing

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So imagine that in your classroom there is a student with cryptomnesia. Obviously, you can use many other methods to make classroom work more productive and engage students with different abilities in the class. More on special needs: 3 Great Special Needs Digital Tools. Technology Removes Obstructed Writers’ Barriers to Learning. 11 Resources to Blend Technology and Special Needs. Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-8 technology for 15 years.

What You Might Have Missed in April–What’s up in May

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Assistive Technology in Colleges. Earth Day Classroom Activities. Digital Reading for Summer. Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-18 technology for 30 years. Here are the most-read posts for the month of April. National Library Week April 3-9.

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A New Era of #SpecialEducation–a video

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If you’re looking for more resources on special education in your classroom, check out our resources: October is Dyslexia Awareness Month. How Wearable Technology is Changing Education and Easing Disabilities. A Helping Hand: Assistive Technology Tools for Writing.

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Technology Removes Obstructed Writers’ Barriers to Learning

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If we look at a standard day in any classroom, the activities and assessments are all channelled through writing. As with so many things, to a certain extent it should be a case of ‘technology to the rescue’! However technology’s effectiveness is always subject to the applicability of its design principles to any particular user. 11 Resources to Blend Technology and Special Needs. Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-8 technology for 15 years.

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

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provide assistive technology (such as a calculator, text-to-speech tools, and electronic dictionaries). HumanWare offers assistive technology for people who are blind or have low vision. Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-18 technology for 30 years.

Thirteen Writing-with-Tech Tips You Don’t Want to Miss

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Here are thirteen of the top writing-with-tech tips according to Ask a Tech Teacher readers: A Helping Hand: Assistive Technology Tools for Writing. Tech Tip #124: Editing is Easier with Digital Writing. Revision Assistant–the Most Comprehensive Virtual Writing Assistant Available for Students. Technology Removes Obstructed Writers’ Barriers to Learning. 66 Writing Tools for the 21st Century Classroom. Common Core Writing–Digital Quick Writes.

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

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provide assistive technology (such as a calculator, text-to-speech tools, and electronic dictionaries). HumanWare offers assistive technology for people who are blind or have low vision. If you have a favorite that works well in your classroom, please add it in the comment section of this post to share with others. More on visual needs: Technology Removes Obstructed Writers’ Barriers to Learning. A Helping Hand: Assistive Technology Tools for Writing.

FETC 2019: Day One

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The Expo floor did not open until 4:30 pm on Monday, but educators and administrators were able to choose from 100 workshops, Apple and Microsoft concurrent sessions, and an all-day Blueprint for Technology in Education Summit. The edtech administrators, information technology, educator, early learning, and inclusion and special education tracks ensured that there was something for everyone. Assistive Technology.

How to vet edtech tools to promote success at school for all learners

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Wondering how to reduce barriers your students with special needs may encounter as they work digitally? Do you understand how to prepare our learners’ digital learning environment so every individual has the elements they need to flexibly accomplish their learning objectives?

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Resources, stories, and connections with those who use social media in today’s k-12 classrooms

The Innovative Educator

Thank you to the 300+ folks from around the world who joined me for the Common Sense Media Digital Citizenship webinar on EdWeb. In case you missed it, the webinar was called “Social Media: An Essential Tool for Today’s Classroom.” You can view the webinar here [link] com/edwebnet/EA59D688824C. In the webinar, I shared case studies of amazing students, parents, and teachers.