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Learning Support with iPads
Transcript of Learning Support with iPads
What are the functional areas of concern?
What are the other students doing that this student needs to be able to do?
What does the student need to be able to do that is difficult or impossible to accomplish independently at this time?
Where will the children participate-classroom, home, community, therapy?
What does success look like and how do we monitor it? How do you feedback to the teacher and parents?
Can they work on it independently? And how do you continue to interact meaningfully with the student while using the technology? Evaluate the effectiveness
and suitability of an App Finding the Apps How? and Where? Is the app connected to the learning goal?
Does the app provide an authentic problem-based learning environment?
Is the feedback specific and does it result in improved child performance?
Does the app offer flexibility to alter settings to meet the child’s needs?
Can the children launch and navigate the app independently?
Is the child motivated to use the app (select it over other possibilities)? http://www.schrockguide.net/ipads-in-the-classroom.html http://www.ipadsforeducation.vic.edu.au/education-apps/17-students-with-disabilities Google.... Case Studies What is the age of child?
What is their current abilities and special needs, e.g., diagnosed language disorder?
What are the other students doing in class? How can you adapt this to suit the child?
What area are you intending to support? Storyboarding (sequencing) , Social Stories, Emotional Vocab, Reading Support, etc. http://sixtyminutes.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=8550313
First Words - Autisim and Technology