Learning with APPtitude: Top 10 Apps to Support Students with Disabilities
With close to one million apps now available, which ones should you choose? Using class profiling, goal selection, app evaluation methods and universal design for learning as their guides, professionals in education and rehabilitation sciences share their top 10 apps to support multiple means of representation, expression and engagement so that ALL students, including those with disabilities,, can enjoy meaningful academic and social participation. You'll have the chance to share your favorite apps as well!After viewing this program, you will be able to:
- Identify and evaluate apps for applicability to the principles of universal design for learning
- Discuss how these apps can be essential for some and useful for all students.
Alex Dunn, Upper Canada District School Board, Ottawa
Date of original program:
November 5, 2013
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