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  • Beneficial to All - Essential to Some Sandra Bens, M.Ed.
    • Understand multimodal teaching and learning
    • Consider access and equity in education
    • Discuss technology that may be beneficial to all and essential to some learners
    • iPod Touch in the Classroom Learning Community 3/19/2010
    • College of Mount St. Joseph
    • Learning becomes accessible
      • Instruction is received through visual, auditory, and kinesthetic means
    • Once skills and knowledge are internalized, students can transfer that knowledge to other subjects or situations
    • Students can become increasingly motivated to learn when they are successful
    • Digital learning offers experiences that are varied, interesting and accessible
    • Beneficial to all
    • Essential to some students
      • Memory
        • Cognitive processing
      • Focus
        • Attention and comprehension
      • Academic fluency
        • Language or print based disabilities
      • Speaking
      • Hearing
      • Mobility
    • Education
      • Accessible to all learners despite disability
    • Compensatory strategies and skills
      • Bypass disability related barriers to learning
    • Tools for independence
      • Accommodations
        • Assistive technology
        • Alternative formats
      • Services
        • Direct instruction
        • Clarification
    • Mobility – construction
      • Elevators
      • Ramps
      • Automatic doors
    • Learning – curriculum
      • Layered curriculum
      • Tiered instruction
    • Computing - tools
      • Software programs
      • Hardware devices
      • Universal computing
    • Convenient travel
      • Entertainment
      • Travel apps
        • GPS
        • Currency converter
        • Translator
        • Recorder
        • Real time access
    • Remote access to home files and functions
    • Document management
    • Suitable for most environments
    • Calendars
    • Alarms
    • Contact lists
    • Email
    • Notes
    • National and local news
      • Weather and directions
    • Web search options
    • Real time access
      • Sports updates
      • Real time Congress
    • Screen reading
      • E-reader
      • Text to speech
      • Audio text (MP3)
    • Speech to text
      • Dictation software
    • Voice command
    • Voice record
      • Note-taking
    • Lifestyle
      • Social networks
      • Family connections
        • Shared calendar
        • Communication
      • Community access
        • Learning communities
        • Gaming communities
      • Business practices
        • Real time conferencing
        • Blogs and Wiki sites
        • Shared calendar
    • Access and equity in learning
      • Extra time
      • Reader
      • Keyboard
    • Depth of digital learning
      • Interacting with information in consrtuctive ways
      • Access to much information about a topic of interest
    • Changing learning
      • Are alternative forms of learning effective?
    • Functions meet needs
      • Real time text and total conversion
        • What?
        • Why?
    • Patterns of informal learning
      • Subvert traditional rules set by institutions
      • Negotiate restrictions on access to information
      • Rewrite rules
    • Divergent & convergent thinkers and learners
      • Learn uses of technology on their own
      • Reluctant to serve as mentors to peers
        • Feel confident with skills but cannot always offer explicit instruction to others
        • Often offer informal lessons or “show what you know”
          • Demonstrates rather than explains process
          • Allows casual mentorship
          • Encourages collaboration
          • Offers safety buffer
    • Create environment of
      • Empowerment
      • Efficacy
      • Independence
    • Guide students to
      • Learn
      • Teach
      • Collaborate
      • Mature
    • Universal design
      • As learners?
      • As teachers?
      • As a society?
      • As a culture?
    • Consider
      • Illiteracy – as a national crisis
      • Who will lead? How will they lead?
      • Who will teach? How will they teach?
      • What lies ahead for our students?
    • Nature of School Change:
    • Institutions must take responsibility for their own change, evolution, and improvement in response to learner demand and institutional performance encouraged by incentives and regulatory frameworks.
    • - The World Bank 2003
    • Competencies Learners Need in order to Succeed in a Globalized Knowledge Economy:
    • Acting autonomously
    • Using tools interactively
    • Functioning in heterogeneous groups
    • Hearing:
    • VoiceOver Feature
      • Built-in to third gen 32GB or 64GB iPod touch
        • Gesture based screen-reading
    • iHearClear Application
      • Listen to and amplify sound in the distance
      • Enhance clarity of sound and focus
    • soundAMP R Application
      • Feature-rich hearing aid & recording app
      • Sound processing technology of modern digital hearing devices
      • Allows user to tune, zoom, and replay audio easily
    • Signing:
    • Sign 4 Me App
        • Interactive 3D sign language translator & teacher
    • The Finger Application
      • Animated hand signing
    • Motor Skills:
    • Dragon Dictation App
      • Speech to text for mobile transcription
      • Message can easily be edited, emailed, or saved
    • Dragon Search App
      • Voice enabled web searching
    • Speech:
    • Talk to Me App
      • Interactive text-to-speech generator
      • Entry and playback of text via keyboard
      • “ Speak words as you type”
      • Bookmark option for organization and management of text
    • Web Talk App
      • Mobile talking web browser
      • Any website can become a spoken resource for clarity of understanding or focus of attention
    • Speech:
    • Speak it! App
      • Mobile talking web browser
      • Any website can become a spoken resource for clarity of understanding or focus of attention
      • Easily generate and edit text-to-speech passages
      • Save all texts in an internal library
        • Recall, edit, and repeat to modify text without retyping or reloading
    • Talking Mail App
      • Type in message
      • Have message spoken and captured as an audio file
      • Email the audio message
    • Motor Skills:
    • Vocalia App
      • Hands-free option to perform tasks using the iPod touch
    • Mac Control:
    • WiFiControl App
      • Send key commands and retrieve files from a Mac with iPod
    • Volume Control App
      • Remotely control volume of any Mac from iPod touch
      • Must enable Remote Login built in on Mac OS X computer
    • iSpeak for Mac
      • Command a Mac to speak with iPod touch
    • Apple Learning Interchange
      • iPod Touch. Touching student lives in the classroom
        • iPod Touch for Meeting the Needs of Special Learners – Web. 2009
    • Mizuko Ito, Sonja Baumer, Matteo Bittanti, and Danah Boyd
      • Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media
      • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning) – Print. 2009
    • National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
      • Technology Assessment and Research Program
        • A Draft for Discussion – Web. 1992
    • John Palfrey and Urs Gasser
      • Born Digital: Understanding the First Generation of Digital Natives – Print. 2008
    • Arnoud van Wijk
      • Universal Computing advocate
      • "Real-Time Text Task Force" at www.realtimetext.org – Web. 2010
    • The World Bank
      • Lifelong Learning in the Global Economy: Challenges for Developing Countries – Print. 2003