In collaboration with the Division on Physical, Health, and Multiple Disabilities (DPHMD)
Hear about research-based practices that integrate mobile devices in a universal design for learning framework to support, enhance, and evaluate student outcomes across grade levels and content areas. You’ll see concrete examples of how to use devices, programs, and apps effectively for students with significant needs (e.g., autism, intellectual and multiple disabilities). The presenters will provide recommendations for evaluating devices and applications, with a focus on increasing meaningful participation of students with significant needs.
After viewing this program, you will be able to:
- Describe evidence-based practices to use mobile devices to increase participation and access to curriculum across content areas and grade levels
- Identify grade-appropriate, high-quality resources based on students’ specific needs
- Evaluate students’ participation, progress, and other outcomes when using mobile devices across various tasks and activities.
Presented by Alexandra Da Fonte, Vanderbilt University; Victoria Knight, Vanderbilt University; Bethany R. McKissick, Mississippi State University. Original air date: September 11, 2014. 60 minutes. #WEB1405A.Get Pricing!