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    • Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that! Presented by Kate Mard | 2.4.11
      • “ I'm a great believer that any tool that enhances communication has profound effects in terms of how people can learn from each other, and how they can achieve the kind of freedoms that they're interested in.”
      • Bill Gates
      2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
    • Table of Contents
      • Grid Page 4
      • Audience Page 5
      • Objective Page 6
      • Warm-up Activity Page 7
      • Establish Baseline Understanding Page 8
      • What is an iPad? Page 9
      • What is Assistive Technology? Page 10
      • iPad as Assistive Technology Page 11
      • Question for Reflection Page 12
      • Four Categories of Learning Styles Page 13
      • Student Learning Style Observation Form Page 14
      • Student Learning Styles Page 15
      • There IS an App for that Page 16
      • Sample Applications Page 17-20
      • References Page 21
      • Evaluation Page 22
      2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
    • Grid 2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that! Total: 30 Minutes Time Method Group 4 Minutes Introduction Whole Group 1 Minute Warm-up Small Group 8 Minutes Lecture Whole Group 1 Minute Reflection / Write it! Individual 5 Minutes Group Activity Small Group 3 Minutes Group Discussion Whole Group 5 Minutes Wrap up / Hand Outs Whole Group 3 Minutes Question & Answers Whole Group
    • Audience 2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that! This workshop is designed for five general education teachers and five special education teachers in inclusion classrooms and resource rooms serving grades one to five.
    • Objective
      • At the end of this workshop participants will be able to name four features that help identify the iPad as an assistive technology .
      • At the end of this workshop, participants will identify one way that a learner from each of the four categories of learning styles (auditory, visual, tactile, and kinesthetic) could benefit from using an iPad in their educational setting.
      2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
    • Establish Baseline Understanding
      • Turn to your partner… share a list of ALL the touch screens you have used.
      2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
    • The iPad is NOT the First Touch Screen Device! 2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
    • What is an iPad?
      • The  iPad  is a tablet computer designed, developed, and marketed by Apple  primarily as a platform for audio-visual media including books, periodicals, movies, music, games, and web content (source: Wikipedia ).
      2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
    • What is Assistive Technology?
      • Assistive technology  or adaptive technology (AT) is an umbrella term that includes assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities and also includes the process used in selecting, locating, and using them. (source: Wikipedia ).
      2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
    • iPad as Assistive Technology
      • Size. The iPad is bigger. The implications are that people motor control problems such as cerebral palsy may be able to use this device more easily than the smaller ones, as less very fine motor control is needed for many tasks.
      • External Keyboard. Although the existing on-screen keyboards will be most people’s primary text input method, the iPad can optionally be connected to an external keyboard.
      • Speakers. The iPad comes with built in speakers and can connect with external speakers / audio visual equipment.
      • Simple Interface. The operating system is not like a desktop computer, giving us cognitive simplicity . There’s no confusing file system or remembering what you called something. Only one thing happens at once. The touch screen interface is also cognitively simpler than a regular computer: you touch a program to start it, if you want to activate a control you touch it.
      • Source: Accessibility and the iPad: First Impressions
      2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
    • Question for Reflection.
      • What other possibilities can you see following from the iPad?
      2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
    • Four Learning Styles 2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
        • Learns best by touching
        • Learns best by moving
        • Learns best by listening
        • Learns best by seeing
      Visual Auditory Tactile Kinesthetic
    • Student Learning Style Observation Form 2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that! Visual Tactile Auditory Kinesthetic
    • Student Learning Styles 2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that! Visual
        • Taking copious notes
        • Drawing or doodling
        • Wanting to look at pictures accompanying text
        • Needing eye contact to listen well
        • Choosing visual tasks, such as reading
        • Closely examining objects and pictures
        • Commenting on visual aspects of something
      Tactile
        • Touching objects on shelves
        • Fiddling with items in desk
        • Carrying small objects around in hand
        • Choosing to work with manipulatives whenever possible
        • Wiggling fingers frequently
        • Grabbing items
        • Playing with pencils and pens
      Auditory
        • Choosing to listen to audiotapes
        • Following verbal directions while not appearing to be listening
        • Showing a preference for music or singing
        • Showing an interest in oral discussions
        • Reading aloud to self
        • Sounding out words
        • Talking to self
      Kinesthetic
        • Walking around the room
        • Standing while working at desk
        • Jumping out of seat
        • Using body movements for expression
        • Enjoying physical education and other movement opportunities
        • Volunteering to demonstrate or run errands
        • Actin and playing roles
    • There IS an App for that! 2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
      • The iPad comes stocked with a series of Apps, such as: iBooks, Notes, Calendar, Calculator, and more.
      • Consider:
        • 18 Billion Apps Downloaded
        • 300,000+ iPod / iPhone / iPad Applications
        • 40,000+ iPad Applications
        • 100+ iPad Education Applications
    • App for the Visual & Tactile Learner
      • Application. Proloquo2Go (by AssistiveWave)
      • About. Proloquo2Go provides a full-featured augmentative and alternative communication solution for people who have difficulty speaking.
      • App Store Link. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/proloquo2go/id308368164?mt=8
      2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
      • Application. iPrompts® (by Handhold Adaptive, LLC)
      • About. iPrompts®, the original picture-based prompting app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, is used by parents, special educators and therapists with developmentally challenged and language-impaired individuals, like people with Autism, Down syndrome, Fragile X syndrome, and apraxia of speech.
      • App Store Link. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/iprompts/id313144705?mt=8#
      App for the Visual Learner 2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
      • Application. Alphabet Fun (by John Cotant)
      • About. Alphabet Fun is like having preschool right on your iPad! Filled with over 70 full-color images and large, easy-to-read text, Alphabet Fun provides an excellent platform for preschoolers
      • App Store Link. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/alphabet-fun/id364729939?mt=8
      App for the Visual, Auditory & Tactile Learner 2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
      • For the kinesthetic learner, the iPad is:
      • The tablet device can be held, turned, shaken, spun, placed, and more. It’s only 1.5 pounds.
      • In a classroom setting, the passing / sharing between a student and teacher is simple.
      2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that! Portable Movable Manipulative
    • References
      • iPad (Wikipedia)
        • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPad
      • Assistive Technology (Wikipedia)
        • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assistive_technology
      • Accessibility and the iPad: First Impressions
        • http://atmac.org/accessibility-and-the-ipad-first-impressions/
      2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that!
    • Evaluation 2.4.11 Visual. Auditory. Tactile. Kinesthetic. There’s an App for that! Category 4 3 2 1 Content Covers topic in-depth with details and examples. Subject knowledge is excellent. Includes essential knowledge about the topic. Subject knowledge appears to be good. Includes essential information about the topic but there are 1-2 factual errors. Content is minimal OR there are several factual errors. Organization Information is organized in a clear, logical way. Most information is organized in a clear, logical way. Some information is logically sequenced. There is no clear plan for the organization of information. Appearance Makes excellent use of font, color, graphics, etc. to enhance the presentation. Makes good use of font, color, graphics, effects, etc. to enhance the presentation. Makes use of font, color, graphics, effects, etc. but occasionally these detract from the presentation content. Use of font, color, graphics, effects etc. but these often distract from the presentation content. Activity Activity was very interesting and helpful in understanding the material. Activity was somewhat interesting and helpful in understanding the material. Activity was only slightly interesting and/or helpful in understanding the material. Activity was not at all Interesting and/or helpful in understanding the material. Presentation Well-rehearsed with smooth delivery that holds audience attention. Rehearsed with fairly smooth delivery that holds audience attention most of the time. Delivery not smooth, but able to maintain interest of the audience most of the time. Delivery not smooth and audience attention often lost.