Welcome Educators!Today's forum is about Assistive Technology and how it can improve the experience of students with disabilities.
Assistive Technology helps empower students to participate in the classroom and in their communities.It provides access to activities and opportunities that people without disabilities take for granted.
Examples of Low-Tech ToolsSlant BoardsBar MagnifierSticky NotesPencil Grips
Examples of Mid-Tech ToolsCalculatorAudio BookElectronic DictionaryDigital Recorder
Examples of High-Tech ToolsiPad/TabletAlternative Input/OutputAugumentative Communication DevicesApps
In consideration of the Universal Design for Learning, teachers must combine effective instruction with power of technology to reach the maximum number of learners possible!