Supporting Learning Through Technology
Guidance, video tutorials and suggestions on how to use technology to support learners, of all ages and abilities, within the classroom.
Student centered resources
In the classroom
Activities for students
Tutorial video giving hints on how to use Audacity as a storytelling tool. A brilliant tool to use with pupils who may need additional help presenting or recording written ideas.
A fabulous website. Lots of great musical and switch activities all in one place. Includes a range of story resources suitable for students with complex needs
Voki Tip of the Week: Save your Voki as a video file!
Blog full of ideas and guidance on how to use common software or free online tools to support learning.
Microsoft Word 2007
MS Word document is a popular word processing tool used by the users all over the world. Word File Repair Tool which is specially designed to repair corrupted word files.
In The Classroom
Video outlining some simple ideas that can be implemented to make your classroom more dyslexia friendly in a way that allows all pupils to flourish.
Basic Mouse skills: A small program to help new computer users. This is a portable Windows application to run from a memory stick. No installation is required.
Use ICT to support different styles of learning The World Wide Web offers far more than documents and text. It is an excellent resource for images, sounds, movie clips, animations and symbols.
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Special Education Law
Study suggests video games may improve learning skills in people with dyslexia