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A presentation about eight common recommendations used to help students in public schools.

A presentation about eight common recommendations used to help students in public schools.

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  • 1. http://metaatem.net/words ttp: etaate . et wo ds Sally Norton-Darr, MS CCC-SLP Christopher R Bugaj, MS CCC SLP Ch i t h R. B j CCC-SLP Eight of our most common, already available, y , recommendations
  • 2. CONTACT USSally Norton-Darr y Norton- snortondarr@yahoo.comChristopher BCh i h Bugaj j attipscast@gmail.com @attipscast via Twitter www.tinyurl.com/attipscast www.attipscast.wordpress.com For More Info: Facebook Site:http://iste.org/chewathtt //i t / h t http://bit.ly/atbookfb htt //bit l / tb kfb
  • 3. USE WHATCHYA GOT!The Philosophy:Use the technology that is already in place firstto meet the needs of students.This Philosophy means… p y Consider low tech strategies first then move to high first, tech as needed Implement technology that is least restrictive Better rate of adoption and less chance of abandonment Use a Universal Design for Learning approach All students (not just those in special education) will benefit You’ll save money money!!!! You’ll save time!!!! ’ time!!!! Students implement strategies faster
  • 4. RESOURCEFUL TEACHER’S ACTIVE VOTE Which of thesefollowingfollo ing strategies do you want to hear about fi ? b first?
  • 5. THE GREAT EIGHT (LINKS TO RESOURCES AT THE END OF THIS PRESENTATION)1. High- High-Contrast in Windows2. PhotoAlbum Feature of PowerPoint A f Google Doc- http://bit.ly/attb102 Doc- PowerTalk Demo too!3. Visual Schedules (Linear and Amorphous)4. Text to Speech5. Social “Situation” Stories6. Sound Record Feature of MS Word Word*7. Graphic Organizers (paper, software, Internet)8. Pacing Boards (communication strategy)
  • 6. HIGH CONTRAST IN WINDOWS Tutorial – http://bit.ly/highcontrasttutorial p y g Podcast – http://bit.ly/53audiohighcontrast Blog - http://bit.ly/episode53highcontrast Video - http://bit.ly/shiftaltprntscrn
  • 7. PHOTOALBUM FEATURE OF POWERPOINTTutorial - http://bit.ly/powerpointphotoalbumPodcast -http://bit.ly/ep39audiopowerpointphotoalbumBlog - http://bit.ly/ep39blogpowerpointphotoalbumVideo - http://bit.ly/videopowerpointphotoalbumImplementation Ideas - http://bit.ly/attb102
  • 8. VISUAL SCHEDULESLinear - Blog: http://bit.ly/ep17linearvisualschedules Podcast: h P d http://bit.ly/ep17linearvisualschedulesaudio //bi l / 17li i l h d l diAmorphous –A h Blog: http://bit.ly/ep18amorphousvisualschedules Podcast: http://bit.ly/ep18amorphousvisualschedulesaudio
  • 9. TEXT-TO-SPEECHwww.readplease.com – Blog: htt //bit l / d l Bl http://bit.ly/readpleaseblog bl Podcast: http://bit.ly/ep6readpleaseaudio Video: http://bit.ly/readpleasevideo p y pwww.vozme.comwww vozme com - Blog: http://bit.ly/ep48vozme Podcast: http://bit.ly/ep48vozmeaudio Video: http://bit.ly/vozmevideo
  • 10. SOCIAL SITUATION STORIESIntroduction and examples- www.polyxo.com/socialstories p p yMore examples-www.region2library.org/SocialStories.htmMore examples-M lhttp://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/resources/strategies.htmlMore examples- http://bit.ly/watsonstories
  • 11. SOUND RECORD IN MS WORD Tutorial- http://bit.ly/recaudword Tutorial- http://tinyurl.com/quickrecord Blog- http://bit.ly/ep2blogrecinword Podcast- http://bit.ly/ep2audiorecinword
  • 12. GRAPHIC ORGANIZERSTemplates-www.eduplace.com/graphicorganizerwww eduplace com/graphicorganizerMore Templates- http://bit.ly/holtgosBlog-http://bit.ly/ep37goi1blogPodcast-http://bit.ly/ep37goi1audio Web 2.0 Tools: http://bubbl.us http://bubbl us http://mindmeister.com http://mindomo.com
  • 13. PACING BOARDS Video- http://bit.ly/atpbvid p y p Blog- http://bit.ly/ep5pacingboardblog Podcast- http://bit.ly/ep5audiopacingboards
  • 14. REFERENCES Bugaj, C.R. & Norton-Darr, S. (2010). The practical and fun guide to assistive technology in publics schools: building or improving your district’s AT team. Washington, D.C.: International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). Get a PDF of this entire presentation at http://slideshare.net/attipscast