RISE_Arkansas_short_promo_video_graphic_

Assistive and Educational Technology Applications: Support for Interventions for Students with Dyslexia

 

Where:  University of Central Arkansas, Mashburn Center for Learning Room 234 (close to Farris Road) map

 

Presenter: Bryan Ayres, M.Ed., Director, Technology and Curriculum Access Center, Easter Seals Arkansas

 

Agenda:

 

  • Introducing the Educational and Assistive Technology Issues

    Response to Intervention

    Section 504 

    IDEA

 

  • Definitions and Wording: Referencing Hardware and Software

    Embedding Supports in Good Curriculum

    Consideration, Assessment, and Implementation

 

  • Demonstrations, Accessibility Options

    ios Devices and Mac Operating Systems-Accessibility

    Chrome—Accessibility

    Windows-Ease of Access

 

  • Using SETT to Make Good Hardware and Software Decisions

    Know your Student. Preferences, Needs, Characteristics, Challenges

    Environment(s)

    Tasks

    Tools

 

  • Questions, Answers and Exploration!

    Ask some questions

    Play with some tools 

    Have a good summer!

 

Description:  This session examines educational and assistive technology and software applications and hardware that might be helpful in the educational and life activities of students who experience dyslexia.  Recognizing the variety of ways that dyslexia manifests individuals, various ways of support reading, writing, spelling, language, organization and other areas of life are discussed.  Demonstrations of the wide range of different tools available and an opportunity to examine processes to assist supporting the person with the appropriate scaffold and accommodations will be conducted.  Time will be available for participants to experiment with some of the tools available.

 

 

CONTACT US

Call us:

Phone  501▪428▪1739
 

© 2012 by

THE DYSLEXIA PROJECT

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now