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[TechKnowledgy 2014] Making Math and Science Accessible for All - Differentiating Instruction with Low Cost Tools

Author: TechKnowledgy Conference
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by Dr. Cynthia Feist, Dr. Tara Jeffs

Designed for educators, AT specialists, and therapists on a shoestring budget, this webcast integrates low to high tech AT into math and science instruction for students with multiple learning preferences and differing abilities, for little or no cost. Learn how to create: accessible math and science resources for differentiated instruction, including: scientific process and math sequence ropes; customized graph paper; graphic organizers; item banks; electronic timers; mini-offices; virtual and physical manipulatives; file folder activities; shoebox work tasks; foldables, interactive lessons and quizzes with voice; adapted books and worksheets; and, templates and tutorials. Adapt and modify curriculum using instructional materials created with Microsoft Office, free interactive online resources including Web 2.0 tools and Internet downloads, and other inexpensive and widely available materials. Walk away from this webinar feeling energized and excited about math and science instruction, and equipped with UDL tools and resources to implement immediately in your learning environment. This is a pre-recorded webcast with a live question and answer period with the presenters at the end of the session.

Tag(s): Assistive Technology Autism Spectrum Disorder Curriculum/Instructional Methods Intellectual Disabilities Math Mild/Moderate Disabilities Multiple Disabilities Professional Development Professional Resources Related Services Science Speech/Language Impairment TechKnowledgy Conference