Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Educational Links 3/28/19



How to unlock students’ internal drive for learning


As Many Instructional Designers As Librarians

https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/technology-and-learning/many-instructional-designers-librarians?utm_content=buffer236d0&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=IHEbuffer&fbclid=IwAR0rZUNVra2BB_fguUECbYcG_jti6YsXBX2wdrSy-Egu9q9J8aq98UbXh3E


Assistive Technology: Finding the Right Resources for All Students


Learning Math by Seeing It as a Story




Your Ed Tech Questions


Autism: 5 ways to support non-verbal pupils



What’s the Difference Between Auditory Processing Disorder and Being Hard of Hearing?


Hearing loss, or hearing impairment, is a problem with one or more parts of the ear that interrupts the way sound travels through the hearing system up to the brain. Someone who has hearing loss might be able to hear most sounds, hear only some sounds or possibly nothing at all. To understand hearing loss, it helps to know how the ear works. 


So how does hearing loss differ from an auditory processing disorder (APD)?
APD is not the inability to hear. It’s the inability to interpret, organize, or analyze what’s heard. All the parts of the hearing pathway are working well. But parts of the brain are not.

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