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Assistive Adaptive Technology

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  • 1. Dec. 11, 2008 ED 443G/Dr. Cyrus Assistive Adaptive Technology Liwanag C. Dominguez Five-Minute Presentation
  • 2. Before Technology
  • 3. Before Technology (continue)
  • 4. Before Technology (continue)
    • .
  • 5. Before Technology
    • I write my lesson plans.
    • I do my personal teacher handouts.
    • I do a lot of writing and drawing
    • for my students.
  • 6. Before High Technology
    • Old Camera
    • Old Telephone
    • Old Radio Player
    • Typewriter
    I used all of these and I was very fortunate to own some of these to help me with my studies.
  • 7. .
    • .
  • 8. Teaching in action
  • 9. Testing in action
  • 10. Writing in action
  • 11. Checking in action
  • 12. Then comes the opportunity
    • University of Guam is offering a course
    • ED443G Assistive Adaptive Technology
    • Dr. Jacqui Cyrus (Professor)
  • 13. Welcome to University of Guam
  • 14. Going to UOG’s Admission Office
  • 15. Hooray! I’m in at ED443G class
  • 16. First Day of Class (Aug. 21,2008)
    • Excited
    • Happy
    • Curious
  • 17. First month of class (Aug. 28, 2008)
  • 18. First month of class (continue…)
    • DELICIOUS (Began Posting)
  • 19. Delicious…. some bookmarks
    • 4Teachers : Tools
    • Free Printable Math Worksheets
    • Sight Words
    • Reading Instruction: Tips for Teachers - Learning Disabilities Teachers First
    • Teachers First
    • Reading Rockets : Informal Reading Assessments: Examples
    • TemplatesWise.com: Free PowerPoint Templates
    • Autism (Autistic Spectrum Disorders or ASD) Causes, Diagnosis ...
    • Identification and Evaluation of Mental Retardation- February 15, 2000 ...
    • Communication Disorders
  • 20. Delicious
    • Bookmarks:
    • Thirteen disabilities
    • Assistive Devices
    • Lesson Plans
    • Educational Games
    • Evaluation
    • Free Handouts
    • Free Games
    • More, more, more, more
  • 21. Second Month of Class
    • AAT SURVEY
    • High or Low Technology Assignment (Braille)
  • 22. Summary
    • Braille is a very useful device for people who are blind or having a vision loss. It is the primary medium of reading and writing using their sense of touch. Through the use of Braille, many people who are blind can access information faster and perform tasks that involve reading or writing effectively. It is an effective tool to use at school, workplace or anywhere. Knowing Braille makes it possible for people or students who are blind to read and take notes independently, and live as normal as possible.
  • 23. Presentation
    • .
    Communication Disorders: Speech and Language
    • Presented By:
    • Liwanag Dominguez
    • Lois T. Gumataotao
    • ED 443G Assistive Adaptive Technology
    • Dr. Jacqui Cyrus
  • 24. Summary
    • Many of these disorders are diagnosed during childhood. Patients may struggle in academic settings and may have problems with social interaction. Many children with these disorders show dramatic improvement by adolescence. However, people with severe communication disorders may experience ongoing challenges to their ability to function as independent adults.
  • 25. Topic Presentation
    • .
    Emotional Disorders
    • Presented By:
    • Liwanag Dominguez
    • Mae Mendiola
  • 26. Conclusion
    • It is definitely a challenge working with students who have an emotional disorder. But educators can have success with children who have emotional disturbances if they get support from co-workers and consistently implement behavioral strategies and classroom management techniques.
  • 27. TOKBOX! I LOVE THIS……….!!!!!!!!
    • Calling
    • Video mailing
    • Video conferencing
    • Reply
    • Forward
    • Link / Embed
    • Flag
    • Delete
    • Add as Friend
    • Call
    • Block
    Hi Liwanag, Jacqui sent you a video mail. To view your video mail, follow this link: http ://www.tokbox.com/vm/q03rtcgxuzub Jacqui wrote: "Hi: See how brave you have become. I'm really proud of you. -j-" - The TokBox Team
  • 28. Presentation
    • Franklin Electronic Dictionary
  • 29. Electronic Dictionary (High Technology Device)
    • Franklin Language Master Features
    • 130,000 Words
    • 300, 000 Definitions
    • 500,000 Thesaurus Entries
    • Phonetic Spell Correction
    • ClariSpeech (text to speech conversion used for both words and definitions)
    • Grammar Guide
    • 12 Word Games
  • 30. Electronic Dictionary (Includes)
    • 8-line display
    • AC adapter jack
    • Contrast control
    • Adjustable font size
    • Automatic shutoff
    • Headphone jack
    • Volume control
    • Battery low indicator
  • 31. 10 -10 - 10 RESEARCH
    • Ten (10) Assistive Technology Organization Websites
    • Ten (10) Assistive Technology Device Websites
    • Ten (10) Assistive Adaptive Technology Research Articles
  • 32. E-mails, Bloggers, Moodle, and more….
    •   [email_address]  
    • [email_address]
    • [email_address]
    • anagd
    • Paul Gaughin, 1888
  • 33. I learned more…….!!!!!!
  • 34. Last day of school! (I am knowledgeable about AAT)
  • 35. Finally!
  • 36. Celebrating with my family!
  • 37. Friends
  • 38. And to all of you………
  • 39. Now with High or Low Technology
  • 40. I can see that using high or low technology…..
    • People of all ages can have a better way of dealing with each other.
    • People can communicate near and far.
    • Students will have options to use some of these technologies to help them with their education.
    • Parents may assist their children with their homework, and motivate them that learning is fun through the use of computer.
    • Teachers will utilize this technology to better guide and meet the needs of every student in the classroom.
  • 41. Thank you!
    • This presentation is dedicated to Dr. Jacqui Cyrus.
    • Many “thanks to you” for teaching us about Assistive Adaptive Technology.
    • This technology knowledge will surely help me to accommodate my students to meet their individual needs.
    • I will utilize this technology to communicate with my friends and family on- and off-island.