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    • Technology in Special Education
      By: Alexis Atkins, Julie Crane, David Coupland, Daniel Faust, Dayna Wilkins
    • Concepts
      Universal Design for Learning
       Technology Integration Strategies for Special Education
      Interactive and Multimedia Presentations
      Writing Programs
    • Use of Digital Devices and Computer Systems
      Use a digital camera to take pictures of items to use with PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System)
      Closed Circuit Television for Sensory Disabilities                
      IMovie for MAC
      Analog System   
      Use an optical character recognition software to scan and translate print into a word-processor.
                     
    • How technology can be used in communicating, collaborating, conducting research, and/or solving problems for special education.
       Use a blog to collaborate with fellow special education teachers.
      Tools to convert printed information
      Coin- U- Lator
      Problem Solving Projects
    • How to use Productivity Tools for Special Education
      Use a word-processing program to create a classroom newsletter for parents.
      Business Multimedia System
      Teach Visual Literacy
      List and share online resources with and between students
      Provide low cost applications for students to use at school and within their homes for extra practice
    • Multi Media Tools
      Select an interactive story to help a student with attention problems or poor reading skills from Clifford Interactive Storybooks
      Books on audio
      Smart Boards
      Projectors
      You Tube
    • Adaptive and Assistive Devices
      Attach an adaptive switch to a computer so students with limited physical abilities can use the computer.
      Canes and Sensor Technology
      Joystick
      Switches
      Alternative Keyboards
    • How teachers and students can practice different resources                   
      Interactive Story Books
    • How to follow copy right laws and guidelines
       Reference the site by its URL and owner name.
    • How an existing TrackStar or WebQuest can be used as an activity
      WebQuest - Who I Am
      Track Star- Hip Hip Hooray for Hands
      Track Star- Fun Brain
      WebQuest- Figures and Shapes
      WebQuest- Eric Carle, The Very Hungry Caterpillar
    • Instructional Software
      Millie's Math House
      CompuThera
      Ed by Design
      Orion Systems
      Reader Rabbit
    • Tele Communicate and Tele- Research Projects
      Square of Life
      Pen Pals
      Two great tele communicate website http://www.uvm.edu/~jmorris/telenet.html and http://communitydisc.westside66.org/HTML/colette/telecom/telecom.html
    • Rubrics
      Journal Writing
      Multimedia rubric for video project
      On line History Project Rubric
      Power Point Creation rubric
      Team work evaluation
    • Integration Idea of Appropriate Lesson Plans
      Csun.edu
      Provides teachers with less plans and teaching strategies
      Shows specifically how to integrate an idea into the lesson plan
    • Summary
      All of these examples could be used in a Special Education classroom.
      By using these examples the students will better learn the concepts being taught in the classroom.
      It enables them to actively learn.