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culture, ethnicity, socioeconomic level, learning styles and multiple intelligences
Students abilities may call for additional attention and creativity to meet their needs Types of Communication software -Word Processing Software
-Concept Mapping Software
-Word Prediction Software
-Talking Spell-Checker Software
-Recorded Books/High and Low-level Books
-ALDs (Active Listening Devices) What can technology do? Technology Solutions Input Devices - StickyKeys and MouseKeys
- Keyboard Labels
- Expanded Keyboards
- Mini Keyboards
- Customizable Keyboards
- Pointing Devices/Systems
- Single Switch
- Touch Screens - Student diversity is a reality teachers must address
- Awareness of student differences is the first step to meeting their needs
- Respect for and dedication to meeting needs
- Careful Planning
- UDL (Universal Design for Learning) provides parameters to educations that consider all learners
- CAST (Center for Applied Special Technology) has developed a framework for using technology to maximize learning for every student Increase independence and participation, enable students with disabilities to demonstrate their understanding of subject matter, provide a voice for students who cannot speak, enable mobility, and provide input for students who cannot see or hear. Technology for Diverse Learners Chapter 4