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  • 1. Interactive Whiteboards use with Special Needs Kids sergio garcia www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 2. IWB and Special Need A IWB is the combination of a computer, a projector and a device that makes the image an interactive one. We are going to get at least as many benefits for our students as with a computer. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 3. Benefits Increases focus and motivation. Facilitates eye tracking Perfect to show action-reaction Facilitates communication. Ensures more control than a classroom with computers. We can make ICT group activities. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 4. Adaptation For each kind of disability we will make dif ferent adaptations of re source s depending on their age, abilities, skills, interests and motivations. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 5. Visually impairment Magnified image makes it more visible than a computer. Using a magnifying glass. Uso focus with transparently to focus attention on a point without losing the attention of the whole area. Use appropiate contrast. Use screen keyyboards. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 6. Visually impairment Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 7. Hearing impairment Use of speakers in the IWB can attrack attention. Also allows us to amplify sound for s t ude n ts wi th he ar ing loss (hypoacusia). Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 8. Motor Disabilities Use os IWB in only possible if there is a system to raise and low the board. We can use wireless tablets or laptops instead. More autonomy for them. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 9. Mental disability Tool for access to information and communication. Screen size makes it perfect to learn about expression and feelings. Collective learning. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 10. Mental disability Everybody can see action-reaction. Make items with animations or sound on click. Recognize stimulus by pressing the screen. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 11. Mental disability We work fine motor skills with puzzles, patters, etc. We work also multisensory. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 12. Autism If you use a pictographic system of communication will make a board with the IWB soft ware in wich symbols by click in will says the word. Fuente: Aparicio, M: PDI y discapacidadmartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 13. Autism If we use a manual system of signs, we will intrduce the signs that students know into the gallery of the IWB soft ware so they can express what they want to communicate. Fuente: Aparicio, M: PDI y discapacidadmartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 14. Autism Fuente: Aparicio, M: PDI y discapacidadmartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 15. Autisms Fuente: Aparicio, M: PDI y discapacidadmartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 16. Multimedia adaptation Adjustable Interfaces (font size, color, etc) Text with sounds. Subtitles in video. Fuente: Marqués, P: Adaptación a NEE. http://peremarques.pangea.org/ee.htmmartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 17. Multimedia adaptation Slides with simple structures. Narrative hypertext. Images. SImple tables. Appropiate contrats. Fuente: Marqués, P: Adaptación a NEE. http://peremarques.pangea.org/ee.htmmartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 18. Activitiesmartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 19. Knowledge activities Fellow knowledge. Puzzles. Identifying faces. Define attributes. Fuente: Aparicio, M: PDI y discapacidadmartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 20. Social Skills Use cheklist to see the progress, motivate and reward. In the gallery of the IWB soft ware must be pictures with moods and emotions. Fuente: Aparicio, M: PDI y discapacidadmartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 21. Social Skills Fuente: Aparicio, M: PDI y discapacidadmartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 22. Spatial Orientation Metro and bus maps with itinerary activities. Spatial orientation in Google Maps or with 3D Models (SMARTBoard) Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 23. Peripheralsmartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 24. Slate You can move it from one place to another. It´s cheaper than a IWB Problem: requires some skill with the hand. They may work more than one student at the same time with several portable slates. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 25. Magic Wand. Only some of the boards come with it. It´s easy to adapt or even build. Solve problems to students in wheelchair. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 26. Response system. They are expensive. With special need kids better simplo response system with 4 or 5 buttons. Action-reaction. Use from the chair. Cooperative activities Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 27. Audio system They are expensive which are specially adapted to the IWB. You can easily adapt it. Always at the sides of the IWB to keep atention. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 28. Web Cam Very cheap. We can use it to record faces ad sound and then correct expressions, emotions... Also to capture images of the students. Sergio García - www.ticyeducacion.commartes 19 de julio de 2011
  • 29. Crédits Sergio García Cabezas http://www.ticyeducacion.com http://www.clasestic.com sergio@ticyeducacion.com This class is created from the belief that knowledge must be shared. It´s unethical to keep it to yourself. Share, enhance, teach and transmit must be the pillars of education. So I encourage you to distribute and share it.martes 19 de julio de 2011