Differentiated Instruction In using just about any form of technology, students are receiving differentiated instruction. Technology can make learning fun, whether a student is at a high learning level, or a lower learning ability. Students can be using the same technology (or different form) to complete the same task, and each of them will likely have a project that looks very different from the other. It is so crucial for teachers to see that by moving away from paper-and-pencil tasks, we are making learning accessible to all students within our class. Gone are the days when students learned strictly through writing something down using paper and a pencil. Assistive technology to support learning Dragon Naturally Speaking Read and Write Gold Read and Write for Google *text-to-speech and speech-to-text software/apps
What is SAMR?
Apps supporting SAMR
Special Needs Best Practices
ICT Excellent Awards 2009: Westfield Technology College