The Great Eleven - Ohio Version

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  • We call out “What do you want to learn about” We demonstrate the top 1. We count up the numbers to determine the top one. We do this three separate time. State that these are sometimes in flux (sometimes there are 9 or 10).20 - 30 minutes – 10 minutes a piece.
  • We call out “What do you want to learn about” We demonstrate the top 1. We count up the numbers to determine the top one. We do this three separate time. State that these are sometimes in flux (sometimes there are 9 or 10).20 - 30 minutes – 10 minutes a piece.
  • We call out “What do you want to learn about” We demonstrate the top 1. We count up the numbers to determine the top one. We do this three separate time. State that these are sometimes in flux (sometimes there are 9 or 10).20 - 30 minutes – 10 minutes a piece.
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  • The Great Eleven - Ohio Version

    1. 1. http://metaatem.net/words Sally Norton-Darr, MS CCC-SLP Christopher R. Bugaj, MS CCC-SLP Eight of our most common, already available, recommendations
    2. 2.  Sally Norton-Darr  snortondarr@yahoo.com Christopher Bugaj  attipscast@gmail.com  @attipscast via Twitter  www.tinyurl.com/attipscast  www.attipscast.wordpress.com For More Info: Facebook Site: http://iste.org/chewat http://bit.ly/atbookfb Download a PDF of this entire presentation at http://slideshare.net/attipscast
    3. 3. USE WHATCHYA GOT! The Philosophy: Use the technology that is already in place first to meet the needs of students. This Philosophy means…  Consider low tech strategies first, then move to high 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!!!!  You’ll save time!!!!  Students implement strategies faster
    4. 4. THE GREAT EIGHT (LINKS TO RESOURCES AT THE END OF THIS PRESENTATION)1. High-Contrast in Windows2. PhotoAlbum Feature of PowerPoint 1. Google Doc- http://bit.ly/attb102 2. PowerTalk Demo too!3. Visual Schedules (Linear and Amorphous)4. Keyboarding5. Social “Situation” Stories6. Sound Record Feature of MS Word*7. Graphic Organizers (paper, software, Internet)8. Pacing Boards (communication strategy)9. Social Bookmarking10. URL Shorteners & QR Code Generator11. Listening Stations (Incorporating Podcasts in the Classroom)
    5. 5. HIGH CONTRAST IN WINDOWS Tutorial – http://bit.ly/highcontrast4u Podcast – http://bit.ly/53audiohighcontrast Blog - http://bit.ly/episode53highcontrast Video - http://bit.ly/shiftaltprntscrn
    6. 6. PHOTOALBUM FEATURE OF POWERPOINT Tutorial - http://bit.ly/powerpointphotoalbum Podcast - http://bit.ly/ep39audiopowerpointphotoalbum Blog - http://bit.ly/ep39blogpowerpointphotoalbum Video - http://bit.ly/videopowerpointphotoalbum Implementation Ideas - http://bit.ly/attb102
    7. 7. VISUAL SCHEDULES Linear -  Blog: http://bit.ly/ep17linearvisualschedules  Podcast: http://bit.ly/ep17linearvisualschedulesaudio Amorphous –  Blog: http://bit.ly/ep18amorphousvisualschedules  Podcast: http://bit.ly/ep18amorphousvisualschedulesaudio
    8. 8. KEYBOARING/TYPING TUTORIALS• Goodtyping.com• Keybr.com Podcast describing these: http://bit.ly/typingaudio1• Buttonbeats.com o The user makes music by pressing keys• Play.typeracer.com• Typingweb.com• www.bbc.co.uk/schools/typing/ HIAT Comparison Chart: http://bit.ly/HIATkeyboarding
    9. 9. SOCIAL SITUATION STORIES Introduction and examples- www.polyxo.com/socialstories More examples- www.region2library.org/SocialStories.htm More examples- http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/resources/strategies.html More examples- http://bit.ly/watsonstories
    10. 10. 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
    11. 11. GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS Templates- www.eduplace.com/graphicorganizer More Templates- http://bit.ly/holtgos Blog- http://bit.ly/ep37goi1blog Podcast- http://bit.ly/ep37goi1audio Web 2.0 Tools: http://bubbl.us http://mindmeister.com http://mindomo.com
    12. 12. PACING BOARDS Video- http://bit.ly/keepingpace Blog- http://bit.ly/ep5pacingboardblog Podcast- http://bit.ly/ep5audiopacingboards
    13. 13. LISTENING STATIONS Tutorial- http://slidesha.re/powerofpodcastingpreso Research - http://bit.ly/audiostoriesimprovereading Blog- http://bit.ly/listeningstationblog Podcast- http://bit.ly/listeningstationaudio
    14. 14. SUBSCRIBE TO THESE:ASHA PodcastTeacher 2.0 Podiobooks.comGrammar GirlEdceptionalThe SeedlingsBarefoot BooksPodcasting for Dummies
    15. 15. THESE TWO AREN’T BAD EITHER
    16. 16. SOCIAL BOOKMARKING
    17. 17. OURAT TEAM… had three problems.
    18. 18. 1. App-alanche! TOO MANY GOODRESOURCES ! Stuff we FOUND and CREATED
    19. 19. 2. HOW TO SHARETHESE WITHEDUCATORS ? And Each Other?
    20. 20. 3. DO WE WANT OUR WEBSITETO BE DYNAMIC OR STATIC? Some team members want one way,Other team members want it the other way
    21. 21. Solution: Social Bookmarking! It’s a SNAP!www.commoncraft.com/video/social-bookmarking
    22. 22. HTTP://DELICIOUS.COM/LCPSAT
    23. 23. Show Them! Show Them! ShowThem! Show Them! Show Them!Show Them! Show Them! ShowThem! Show Them! Show Them! Show Them! Show Them!
    24. 24. Use the toolbarAdd link on web site
    25. 25. TAGGING TAGS
    26. 26. TAGS
    27. 27. OTHER POINTSShared Login vs. Individual LoginsPrivate (Internal) vs. Public (Open)Toolbars for ease of useDiigo.com - the other social bookmarking site • Shared Groups (Private and Public) • Highlighter and Sticky Note Tools • There’s an app
    28. 28. SOLUTIONS1. Now we can search all shared resources.2. Now we can share LISTS (tags) of resources with educators. Ex: http://delicious.com/lcpsat/typing3. We have both a static and a dynamic web site.
    29. 29. http://delicious.com/lcpsat http://delicious.com/attipscast
    30. 30. WHICH IS SIMPLER AND MOREMEMORABLE?
    31. 31. THIS….http://attipscast.wordpress.com/2011/02/01/episode-68-at-smackdown-atia-2011-orlando/
    32. 32. OR THIS…. http://bit.ly/atsmackdown
    33. 33. BIT.LYFreeCreate memorable URLSGather metricsNOT NECESSARILY SHORTER, JUST MORE MEMORABLE!
    34. 34. BUT WHAT IF THEURL CHANGES?
    35. 35. NO WORRIES!The original (long) URL is what appears in the browser.The user can “track back” to see the root of the URL.
    36. 36. CAPITALIZATION COUNTS! http://bit.ly/nlsitunes This Does NOT Work This Works http://bit.ly/NLSiTunes
    37. 37. ASSESSMENTS (THE UDL WAY) Formative –  Collect data based on completed activities (ex. screenshots, resourceful teacher response system, pictures drawn, voice recording, etc.) Summative –  Applya rubric to evaluate overall content acquisition.
    38. 38. UDL IN ACTION! Team Teaching for Math – http://bit.ly/teamteachingmathvid Tool Choice Video – http://bit.ly/hiattoolschoiceFormative Assessment Example – http://bit.ly/hiatgreekvid More videos - http://bit.ly/hiatudlvids
    39. 39. The Practical (and Fun) Guide to Assistive Technology in Public Schools: http://iste.org/chewat http://udlcenter.org http://cast.org http://delicious.com/lcpsat Download a PDF of this entire presentation at http://slideshare.net/attipscast

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