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  • ExploringTechnology Use In K-12 Classrooms
    Assistive Technology
    TeachertoTeacher
    High Tech Technology
    21st Century Technology
    1
    Debbie Greer
  • Why Use Technology
    Engagement Tool
    Student Teacher Collaboration
    Learning Technical Skills
    Increase Use Outside Resources
    Increased Motivation
    Peer Collaboration
    Learning Technical Skills
    Student Active Learner
    Completing more complex tasks
    2
    So much to choose from
  • Students Today
    Expect to learn with the Web 2.0 tools they utilize in their daily lives.
    3
  • High Tech
    4
    When students can use the technology available, they can research & become active learners.
  • Technology In the Classroom
    The SMART Board is an interactive, electronic whiteboard which can enhance instruction and learning.
    Smart pens are pens that can record what you say, or those which can send to your computer what have you written or drawn.
    ELMO document camera
    5
  • Assistive Technology
    In any classroom assistive technology may be required. In today’s inclusive classroom assistive technology can make the difference for a student to access the curriculum.
    6
    Assistive Technology Information
  • Assistive Technology Can Be Simple
    Daily Living Routines
    Wake up
    Eat Breakfast
    Brush Teeth
    Dress yourself
    Go to School
    At School
    7
    Use of Picture schedules
  • Intervention /Strategies
    Assistive Technology
    Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
    Time on task and independent task completion skills can also be taught using a "first-then" visual system.
    Teaching strategies that provide visual cues/supports along with the use of total communication should maximize GV's success in acquiring new skills.
    8
  • Musical Activities
    Head Shoulders Knees & Toes (Activity Song)
    Teacher Introduces – Models Activity
    Students mimic
    Teacher & Students do activity together
    Gross motor skills, language, learning body parts
    Modifications
    Hand over hand
    Teacher prompts with gesture
    9
    Head Shoulders Knees & Toes Activity
  • Morning Activities
    Good morning activity (Hello Neighbor)
    Teacher models activity (first time)
    Students and Teacher sing hello neighbor song and act out the motions.
    Modifications
    Partners with teacher or aide
    Partner, but use hand over hand if required
    10
    Hello Neighbor Activity Song
  • References
    Calendar Activities. (n.d.). Mrs. McDowell's Classroom. Retrieved August 03, 2010, from http://www.mrsmcdowell.com/calendar_activities.htm
    Cook, R. E., Klein, M. D., & Tessier, A. (2008). Adapting early childhood curricula for children with special needs. Upper Saddle River, NJ, New Jersey: Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall. .
    YouTube - Head and Shoulders. (n.d.). YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Retrieved July 27, 2010, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZRLrrw9jo4&feature=related
    YouTube - Hello Neighbor. (n.d.). YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Retrieved July 26, 2010, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyKYLqK-7nU&feature=related
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