So many special ed classrooms rely on their collection of easy-tech technologies from AbleNet to actively engage their students in learning. The Remarkable Ideas collection on the AbleNet website offers some of the great examples of creativity in using these tools. Shared from classrooms from around the world. Definitely worth checking out!
As is the comprehensive collection of ideas gathered together in the AbleNet Action Dictionary. A reference guide to alternative solutions that support student actions when adaptations are required for communicating, moving, learning, and/or generally engaging in the classroom. A free download from iTunes giving you a ready guide to differentiated instruction in special ed classrooms.
Also keep an eye on the AbleNet University. A wonderful collection of recorded webinars presented by internationally recognised experts in the field of assistive technology, Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and special education. Just some of the many topics covered include:
- Assistive Technology
- Universal Design for Learning
- Speech Generating Devices in the classroom
- Using switches for students with physical disabilities
- Tools for support of students with autism
- Accessibility of mobile devices
- Accessibility built into Google platforms
- And more!