15 Ways for Students to Participate in a General Education Classroom Using Technology | Think Inclus
With a little creativity and some simple adaptive devices, teachers can create numerous opportunities throughout the day for the student to have an active role in class activities. Here are 15 ways for students to actively participate using different types of technology.
What the Mother of a Child with Autism Wants Teachers to Know | Cult of Pedagogy
At first, my friend Leigh didn't want me to air this episode. "I'm so sorry to have wasted your time," she said, but my husband and I just listened to it and we realized that if our daughter ever heard it, she would die of embarrassment." #CultofPedagogy
Creating a Welcoming Classroom for Students with Special Needs
Many regular ed teachers feel inadequately prepared to serve the needs of students with special needs. Here are some ideas. CultofPedagogy.com
EdTech Tools for Inclusive Classrooms
One of the key strengths of learning technologies and more specifically assistive technologies is that they help students with disabilities tap into their full potential and provide inclusive learning environments that respond to diverse learning needs.
How to Make Accessible and Inclusive Education Materials for Students With and Without Disabilities
After a year of viewing online coursework and hundreds of presentation slides, it's time to talk about providing accessible and inclusive text-based education materials for students with and without disabilities.
If Equity is a Priority, UDL is a Must
This framework rejects one-size-fits-all teaching and offers options for how to engage, what materials to use, and how to demonstrate learning. CultofPedagogy.com
3 Easy Ways Students Can Voice Type Their Documents
Voice recognition, also known as speech to text, has come a long way. Here are the best speech to text utilities to use with all types of learners.
25+ Everyday Ways to Build Executive Functioning Skills
Over 25 unique and fun ways to build executive functioning skills into your every day. These strategies include games, using literature, puzzles, art, brain games, sports, conversations, brain breaks, and a whole lot more!
Distance learning toolkit: Key practices to support students who learn differently
If distance learning is challenging for some of your students, you're not alone. This new toolkit, developed in partnership with the National Center for Learning Disabilities, has key distance learning strategies to support students who learn differently.
The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a 13-Year-Old Boy with Autism | Cult of Pedagogy
Until I read this book, I knew autism caused people to behave in ways that made it hard for them to fit in socially. I assumed they were unaware of it, but I was wrong: The awareness is there.. CultofPedagogy.com
How to Spot Dyslexia, and What to Do Next | Cult of Pedagogy
Learn the traits that might indicate dyslexia in students and what you can do inside and outside the classroom to better support these students. CultofPedagogy.com
3 Things About Teaching and Learning for Students With Disabilities | Think Inclusive | The Official
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