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Assistive Technology for Students with Moderate to High Support Needs

Assistive Technology for Students with Moderate to High Support Needs

Assistive Technology provides amazing opportunities for students with moderate to high support needs to participate meaningfully in classrooms! This blog post contains support materials and resource links for participants attending the SPED Pre-conference workshop in Singapore in November 2014. Presentation   This workshop contains both practical and hand-on learning for participants as we step through a wide range …

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Three cool things #2 2014

Three cool things #2 2014

HI again, Here are the 3 cool things I did this week:   1. WATCHED THIS GOOGLE HANGOUT: Google-hangout-on-air-getting-ready-for-the-ilt2014-conference. I am totally loving the idea of using Extensions/Apps within Google Chrome. Adds a whole new way for our students to engage with, and learn from the internet! Here are some of the Google extensions mentioned in this Google-Hangout …

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Three cool things – blog post #1 2014

Three cool things –  blog post #1 2014

Hi everyone, Three Cool Things: blog post #1 Welcome to this first blog post about 3 cool things I did this week. In an effort to share my “secret genius” (stealing these now famous words from Kevin Honeycutt), I decided that regular blog posts dedicated to share the big, the little, the random, and the totally cool stuff …

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Let me introduce you to Co:Writer 7

Let me introduce you to Co:Writer 7

We’ve had the pleasure of using this software gem for a little while now. It’s a fabulous tool to use in conjunction with any writing application such as word processor, web browser, email client etc. to provide comprehensive word prediction as you write. One of my favourite features of Co:Writer has been the ability to add in-built topic …

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