Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Introducing iPods into Special Education

Thanks to @lbouchard for sharing this video. In this presentation you'll see some unique examples on how to use an iPod as a ubiquitous assistive technology tool in the classroom.

6 comments:

Patrick Black said...

This is a great video. My tech person at school was just asking me about ways to use an iPod. She will love this video!

Caroline OBannon said...

I came to your blog through this link (http://successfulteaching.blogspot.com/2009/01/instructional-ipods.html ) from Pat's blog about this video you posted. Thank you for posting it. We are currently using iPods in a pilot program at one of our schools with ELL students, but I would love to start a pilot in a Special Education class as well. I'm going to send this to our S.E. Director so he can see the potential.

Rhondda said...

Thanks for this. We are looking at changing our school's approach to such technologies so they can be used in classroom situations. It is great to show positive examples.

Travis said...

Teach, Tech, TECH.

Great post. I hope it gets people thinking about technology as students are often more tech savvy than the teachers which is a downside because students are growing up in a digital world.

http://www.storiesfromschool.org/

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