Sunday, January 22, 2017

Educational Links 1/23/17


Say It With Your Hands
http://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/hand-gestures-in-teaching-sfusd?utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=video&utm_medium=social

What Inclusion Means to Me
http://www.thinkinclusive.us/what-inclusion-means/

Assistive Technology for Math


There are many ways to access AT tools for math. You can find traditional “low-tech” classroom tools, like rulers, basic calculators and graph paper—including calculators with large numbers and symbols and graph paper with large graph squares—at a school supply store. Your child’s teacher may also be able to provide these tools.
There are also adaptive tools designed for kids with math issues. A common adaptive tool is manipulatives like blocks and number lines. The school may provide these in your child’s classroom. But you can also buy them online.

Today, however, lots of AT tools for math are being used on one of three computer platforms for assistive technology:

1 comment:

  1. Hi Melanie! Notice you linked to Cult of Pedagogy's '6 EdTech Tools to Try in 2017'. Maybe you'd like to check out and link to our ultimate guide to the 82 Hottest EdTech Tools of 2017! :)

    https://tutora.co.uk/articles/the-82-hottest-edtech-tools-of-2017-according-to-education-experts

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