ICT Effective Learning Opportunities for All “ The learning community can create, receive, collect and share text, images ...
Overview
Literacy development writing frames, planning tools, word prediction, text-to-speech, keyboard skills, reading and recordi...
The writing process: plan, draft, edit, share Supportive tools for written recording Literacy Development
Writing frames & models Structured support Scaffolding £125
Planning Tools £39 £59 Think first
Spelling support Predictive text Editing options Homophones Contextualised spelling Personalised lists £120 free free £149...
Speech support Screen readers Text-to-speech free free free £659 £595 £520 Free or £50
Speech recognition free free Free app £119 Dictated text
Packages for literacy support free £100/year £59 Speech options Talking texts Pretutoring Overlearning £159 £37 £69 £320 £...
Reading support £34 free free free free free Structured programmes Decluttered screens
Clicker 5 Sentence building Word banks Talking books Labeling Writing frames Multimedia presentations £35 £125 £15
Symbol support £99 £360 £109 free Writing support Communication boards Choosing boards Visual timetables free free
Typing tools free £45 £29 free free free £39 £39 Develop keyboard skills Reinforce spelling
Accessibility Assistive technologies Customising resources Access devices Personalisation and flexibility
Adapted settings Backgrounds Text adjustments Mice and pointers Display options Format options Visual clarity To record so...
Accessibility options Learners in control Foster independence
Access devices free Access to the curriculum Independent recording Leisure opportunities
Portable devices Visual impairment support Accessibility £649 £495
Alternative ways of recording Podcasting Voice recorders Using sound £69 free
Web2 tools The 3 Cs: Collaborate Create Connect  Rich stimulating content Interactive multisensory learning  Web2 tools fo...
Story tools Anytime-anywhere Learner autonomy
ebooks Multimedia books Talking books Books as writing models $75/year
Bookmaking Authentic voice Authentic audience Engagement through ownership Celebrate success High-interest
Alternative ways of recording  Expression through different media Engagement and audience
Multimedia support Ownership Creative tools Multimedia tools
Visual representations Diagrams Infographics Visual representations
Visual recording Visual browsing Make the abstract concrete Visual tools
Reminders Research skills Personalised desktop Organisation £10
Collaboration tools Ways of responding Turn-taking Learning buddies Encourage tentative contributors Sharing and collabora...
Calm time Creative time Learning breaks Motivation and rewards
WebLinks Support all areas of learning Communicating Developing self esteem
What worked for me? What works for others? Share and collaborate Pace & logistics Acceptable use & e-safety Keep p...
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  1. 1. ICT Effective Learning Opportunities for All “ The learning community can create, receive, collect and share text, images and sounds on a vast range of topics, in ways more stimulating, richer and more time-efficient than ever before.” David Woods, Lead Advisor for London Challenge “ Now with ICT we really can do anything and the much tougher question is, what would we wish education to be like? ’’ Stephen Heppell
  2. 2. Overview
  3. 3. Literacy development writing frames, planning tools, word prediction, text-to-speech, keyboard skills, reading and recording support Accessibility assistive technologies, customising resources, access strategies, personalisation and flexibility Web2 Tools book making, presentations, multimedia, visual representation, organisation, collaboration Quality First Teaching How can ICT help overcome barriers and make everyday learning as good as it should be?
  4. 4. The writing process: plan, draft, edit, share Supportive tools for written recording Literacy Development
  5. 5. Writing frames & models Structured support Scaffolding £125
  6. 6. Planning Tools £39 £59 Think first
  7. 7. Spelling support Predictive text Editing options Homophones Contextualised spelling Personalised lists £120 free free £149 £46 free
  8. 8. Speech support Screen readers Text-to-speech free free free £659 £595 £520 Free or £50
  9. 9. Speech recognition free free Free app £119 Dictated text
  10. 10. Packages for literacy support free £100/year £59 Speech options Talking texts Pretutoring Overlearning £159 £37 £69 £320 £50 £69
  11. 11. Reading support £34 free free free free free Structured programmes Decluttered screens
  12. 12. Clicker 5 Sentence building Word banks Talking books Labeling Writing frames Multimedia presentations £35 £125 £15
  13. 13. Symbol support £99 £360 £109 free Writing support Communication boards Choosing boards Visual timetables free free
  14. 14. Typing tools free £45 £29 free free free £39 £39 Develop keyboard skills Reinforce spelling
  15. 15. Accessibility Assistive technologies Customising resources Access devices Personalisation and flexibility
  16. 16. Adapted settings Backgrounds Text adjustments Mice and pointers Display options Format options Visual clarity To record sound into Word 2003: Insert menu, insert object, choose Wave Sound Recorder. Word 2007: Add the ‘add voice’ button to the quick access toolbar. Thesaurus: shift F7 Windows 7 has text-to-speech and speech recognition.
  17. 17. Accessibility options Learners in control Foster independence
  18. 18. Access devices free Access to the curriculum Independent recording Leisure opportunities
  19. 19. Portable devices Visual impairment support Accessibility £649 £495
  20. 20. Alternative ways of recording Podcasting Voice recorders Using sound £69 free
  21. 21. Web2 tools The 3 Cs: Collaborate Create Connect Rich stimulating content Interactive multisensory learning Web2 tools for book making, presentations, multimedia, visual representation, organisation, collaboration
  22. 22. Story tools Anytime-anywhere Learner autonomy
  23. 23. ebooks Multimedia books Talking books Books as writing models $75/year
  24. 24. Bookmaking Authentic voice Authentic audience Engagement through ownership Celebrate success High-interest
  25. 25. Alternative ways of recording Expression through different media Engagement and audience
  26. 26. Multimedia support Ownership Creative tools Multimedia tools
  27. 27. Visual representations Diagrams Infographics Visual representations
  28. 28. Visual recording Visual browsing Make the abstract concrete Visual tools
  29. 29. Reminders Research skills Personalised desktop Organisation £10
  30. 30. Collaboration tools Ways of responding Turn-taking Learning buddies Encourage tentative contributors Sharing and collaboration
  31. 31. Calm time Creative time Learning breaks Motivation and rewards
  32. 32. WebLinks Support all areas of learning Communicating Developing self esteem
  33. 33. What worked for me? What works for others? Share and collaborate Pace & logistics Acceptable use & e-safety Keep parents informed Acknowledge sources Making it work ‘ Technology will never replace teachers. However, teachers who know how to use technology effectively to help their students will replace those who do not.’ Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach
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  37. 37. [email_address]

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