Online/Blended Learning

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My Storybook is a website and app where students and teachers can create their own stories using drawings, text, scenes. No sign up necessary-just click and start creating your story. To save and share your stories, users need to create an account which gives them the right to create an...

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Soundtrap is a collaborative, online music-making platform. Teachers use the website as an instructional tool to foster deep learning and develop students' creativity and communication skills. The platform can be used for individual and group assignments. All projects are saved in the cloud and can be accessed from anywhere, from...

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This article describes the successful implementation of an iPad program proposed by a North Caroline teacher working with 25 deaf and hard of hearing students- all with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) or 504 plans. The iPad was used to provide deaf students access to the curriculum and foster academic independence....

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This article describes the use of 2 free technologies (Skype and wireless keyboard and iPads with Popplet and Book Creator) to promote classroom inclusiveness and engagement of reluctant or struggling writers. Deaf students used Skype and the wireless keyboard to actively participate in a writing class project, share their work...

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Marko Radovan and Mojca Perdih from the University of Ljubljana assess how web-based learning materials (online courses/modules and any type of study notes) address the needs of students with disabilities, especially those with dyslexia.

Link: http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1108435.pdf

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Radovan, M., & Perdih, M. (2016). Developing guidelines...

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This qualitative study investigated the educational persistence of students with disabilities participating in a STEM E-Mentoring program at a two-year college. The authors examined three aspects of the E-Mentoring program: 1) Use of virtual environments and social media settings; 2) Development of E-Mentoring relationships; and 3) Examination of persistence constructs....

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This article provides an overview of the Georgia STEM Accessibility Alliance (GSAA) BreakThru project, its goals, theory of change, participant demographics, and research results. The BreakThru project developed "Mentoring Islands" in the virtual world of Second Life, where students meet and interact with...

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This article discusses the accessibility features of six online courses on the Webcourses platform. The free tool for evaluating the accessibility of webpages (WAVE) was used for the individual analysis completed by six online instructors. Among the 13 types of challenges identified, the five represented across evaluations in order of...

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How students with disabilities are served by online programs is directly related to how federal and state laws are interpreted by educators and translated into policies at the school level. The authors of this document, from the University of Kansas, interviewed school-based special education staff and administrators and regional...

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Invited In: Measuring UDL in Online Learning evaluates the alignment of K-12 online learning with the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework. The report is intended as a tool to promote better understanding of online lessons and resources for parents, teachers and administrarors, as well as online developers. ...

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