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    • Eye Gaze Technology Allowing Communication for Everyone
    • Who Can Benefit?
      • People who are diagnosed with disabilities or have had injuries that affect their ability to communicate with others.
      • Examples:
        • Multiple Sclerosis
        • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
        • Cerebral Palsy
        • Brain Injuries
        • Spinal Cord Injuries
    • Eye Gaze Technology Systems 1
      • Eye-Gaze Response Interface Computer Aide (ERICA)
    • Eye Gaze Technology Systems 2
      • Tobii Eye Trackers
    • Eye Gaze Technology Systems 3
      • Dynavox Eyemax
    • Eye Gaze Technology Systems 4
      • Eyegaze Edge
    • What can Eye Gaze Technology do?
      • Synthesize speech
      • Control a person’s environment
        • Turn lights on and off
      • Operate a computer
        • Type
        • Access the Internet
    • Universal Design for Learning
      • UDL is a set of principles that gives all individuals equal opportunities to learn.
        • Provides multiple means of representation (the “what”)
        • Provides multiple means of action and expression (the “how”)
        • Provides multiple means of engagement (the “why”)
    • UDL and Eye Gaze
      • Eye Gaze Technology would be considered an essential part of a student’s environment because without it, a student could not access his learning environment at all.
      • The teacher must implement UDL within the classroom to allow a student with Eye Gaze Technology to effectively retrieve information within the classroom.
    • There are two ways of meeting difficulties: you alter the difficulties or you alter the way you meet them. Phyllis Bottome