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How Automated Speech Recognition Could Change Studying Forever

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Singer has funded and led a wide range of digital companies over the past twenty years, and the list of business and charitable boards on which he serves is long. The real issue is that the teaching and learning process in class is not engaging students via technology that is an integral part of their lives. “My My son has learning issues, and when I walked into his classroom, I began to see it through his eyes,” he says.

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How Speech Recognition Could Change Studying Forever

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Singer has funded and led a wide range of digital companies over the past twenty years, and the list of business and charitable boards on which he serves is long. The real issue is that the teaching and learning process in class is not engaging students via technology that is an integral part of their lives. “My My son has learning issues, and when I walked into his classroom, I began to see it through his eyes,” he says.

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Improving Accessibility Often Falls to Faculty. Here’s What They Can Do.

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This article is part of a series on innovative teaching methods in higher education. student at the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education at the University of California Santa Barbara. But a common problem prevented that: some faculty have been slow to catch up with technological advances, and many wait until students ask for accomodations rather than having accessible materials from the start. “I Education Technology Higher Education Postsecondary Learning

Going Paperless Benefits Teachers, Students—and the Bottom Line

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The traditional system of printing all our classroom learning materials is both chaotic and inefficient. Schools across the country are now opting for apps and other software as a replacement for traditional pen and paper. And as technology improves, so do the benefits for teachers, schools and, most importantly, students. Teachers Can Save Time Not having the right resources costs educators precious hours.

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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3 Steps to a More Accessible Classroom

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In my first-grade classroom, a third of my students were learning English as a second language. My students loved having subtitles on during short videos because it gave them more opportunities to interact with and learn from the content. All my students were learning how to read, and the captions helped them connect the audio to the visual representation of text. Can the learner log into the digital learning tool interface independently?

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