Pre-service Preparation

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This PowerPoint accompanies the fast-paced and playful webinar, Fifty Ways to Reach Your Learners Using UDL as a Guide , in which Judith Schoonover and Sally Norton-Darr propose more than 50 strategies to ACCESS information using UDL as a guide. Scaffolds created or...

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Assistive technology is any kind of technology that can be used to enhance the functional independence of a person with a disability. Often, for people with disabilities, accomplishing daily tasks such as talking with friends, going to school and work, or participating in recreational activities is a challenge. Get informed...

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Welcome to this short video outlining basic topics and concepts for using assistive technology with students with disabilities. Students, parents, teachers and other service professionals can benefit from this overview video.

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In this fast-paced and playful webinar, Judith Schoonover and Sally Norton-Darr propose more than 50 strategies to ACCESS information using UDL as a guide. Scaffolds created or displayed with “everyday technologies” such as mobile technology, commonly used software, web-based tools, and classroom manipulatives provide a multitude of creative opportunities in...

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It is important for parents to understand the “language” of assistive technology so they can be informed advocates for their child’s technology needs. use this short list of terms as a quick reference for terms.

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It is important for parents to understand the “language” of assistive technology so they can be informed advocates for their child’s technology needs. The following glossary of terms can help parents learn about the kinds of assistive technologies that are available and how they can be used. (Get...

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This pdf describes various forms of assistive technology (AT) that students with visual impairments (VI) can use. It discusses assessment and implications of AT, research, the engagement of their other senses, choosing AT, and suggestions for future research. https://s3.amazonaws.com/academia.edu.

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Riding on trains in the United States gave Australian speech pathologist Beverly Sher valuable insights on how she might accommodate students with learning difficulties. On her recent visit to the USA, Beverly realized how confusing things could be for children who have learning problems. This blog post outlines six tips...

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Learn the steps of the universal design for learning (UDL) lesson planning process to meet the needs of all learners in your class. This video series contains seven separate short videos discussing lesson planning around universal design for learning. The videos include the following topics: (a) Why a UDL lesson...

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Christopher Bugaj, is an assistive technology specialist, speech-language pathologist, and podcaster, among other things, speaks about the concept of the “Least Dangerous Assumption” in this short video put together by the National Cerebral Palsy Association. In it, he outlines the concept, as initially conceived by author Anne M. Donnellan, whose...

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