Reaching all Learners: Apple Summer Semester
by Mark Coppin, Kathi Felder, Joe Morelock
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This collection showcases how Canby School District’s one-to-one iPod and iPad program has significantly increased math and reading scores for students in elementary grades, including special education and English language learners. Also included is information about how the built-in features on Mac computers and iOS devices are allowing Anne Carlsen Center students with a wide range of sensory and learning challenges to use the same Apple technology as their peers, building empowerment, creativity, and collaboration for all. Hear how Corcoran Unified School District is using a one-to-one program to close the achievement gap in their rural community. Use the video tutorials to begin applying these ideas in your learning environment.
|1||VideoReaching all Learners Webcast||Recorded on June 28, 2011, this Apple Summer Semester webcast features educators from across the country using Mac, iPod and iPad to meet the diverse needs of today’s students.||7/27/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoLearning Supports: Using Built-In OS X Tools to Support Diverse Learning Needs||Learn how built-in features from OS X such as Dictionary, Spell Check and Word Completion provide support for students with cognitive and learning disabilities in this tutorial by Mark Coppin, Assistive Technology Director at the Anne Carlsen Center.||7/27/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoMaking Curriculum Accessible: Using OS X Text to Speech Technologies||This tutorial details how two OS X features, Text to Speech and Add to iTunes as a Spoken Track, provide support for auditory learners and users with visual impairments and other learning difficulties. It was produced by Mark Coppin, Assistive Technology Director at the Anne Carlsen Center.||7/27/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoMath Standards Presentations: Using Keynote on iPad to Share Real World Math Examples||Learn how sixth graders are using creative apps such as Notes, Doodle Buddy, and Keynote for iPad to analyze, synthesize and connect real world math examples to California state math standards in this tutorial delivered by Corcoran Unified School District’s Academic Technology Coach Kathi Felder.||7/27/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
- Category: Teaching & Learning
- Language: English
- © 2011 Apple Distinguished Educator Community