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Brilliant ideas for using ICT in the inclusive classroom, Sally McKeown and Angela McGlashon

Brilliant ideas for using ICT in the inclusive classroom
Brilliant ideas for using ICT in the inclusive classroom
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Sally McKeown and Angela McGlashon
Shortlisted as a Finalist in the 2013 Educational Resources Awards, Brilliant Ideas for using ICT in the Inclusive Classroom provides lots of simple practical ideas showing teachers and support staff how they can use ICT to boost the achievement of all pupils. How can you use ICT to boost the achievement of all your pupils?This practical teachers' guide will help you to unlock the enormous potential of new technology in order to enhance pupils' learning, particularly for young people with additional needs. Written by two of the UK's leading technology experts, this invaluable and newly updated
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.M398 2015
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Brilliant ideas for using ICT in the inclusive classroom, Sally McKeown and Angela McGlashon
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  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Part 1: Brilliant Ideas ; 1 A tale of Tigtag, iPads and invertebrates ; 2 Disney and Spielberg need to look to their laurels ; 3 Visit museums online and become a Caboodle curator! ; 4 Taking a dip in the summer months ; 5 Chatting about Miss Havisham ; 6 Using the technology to teach touch typing ; 7 Androids and CapturaTalk narrow the achievement gap ; 8 Put comics in the mix: improving narrative skills ; 9 Blogging widens horizons ; 10 Digital video for life stories
  • 11 Tell me all about it: recording pupils' voices in place of writing! 12 'Living on a Prayer' with Gigajam ; 13 Mathletics: bringing a competitive edge to maths learning ; 14 iMovie supports the curriculum ; 15 Choosing wisely ; 16 Radio freedom: make a podcast and take control of the airwaves! ; 17 Listen and learn with Audio Notetaker ; 18 Yes, Wii can: turn-taking and getting fit ; 19 Band identity: music and marketing ; 20 The art of the matter ; 21 Relieving the pressure of examinations ; 22 Quite remarkable QR codes on the LearnPad ; 23 Not just an open book
  • 24 Twitter brings in virtual visitors 25 High-tech hide and seek ; 26 Coping with chaos in the classroom ; 27 No need to blow it up ; 28 Creating a communication-friendly environment with symbols ; 29 Visualiser brings classwork into focus ; 30 Using a TomTom to make sense of the world ; 31 Get the monsters reading ; 32 Memory matters ; 33 Making school app-propriate ; 34 Money, money, money ; 35 Resounding success: audio in the inclusive classroom ; 36 Dawn of the machines ; 37 Lights, action, sing karaoke? ; 38 Accessible music in a cube ; 39 A Word to the Wize ; 40 Writing in code
  • 4 Using digital images 5 Using sound and easy-speak microphones ; 6 Using Inspiration, the mind mapping tool for notes and links ; 7 Creating your first blog post ; 8 Creating links and animation in Office and IWB software ; 9 Using iMovie on the iPad ; 10 Adapting Word ; 11 Choosing a suitable spelling program ; 12 Using Clicker 6 ; 13 Using GarageBand ; 14 Using I Can Animate ... and I Can Present ; 15 Creating an app with AppFurnace ; 16 Using iMovie ; 17 Using Movie Maker ; 18 Using Photostory3 ; 19 Creating a comic with Comic Life ; 20 A quick start to using Excel
  • 41 The crazy gerbil 42 Poetry pleases thanks to Clicker 6 ; 43 Making the news when you are four! ; 44 Using online video to bring citizenship to life ; 45 A mobile phone can be the perfect safety net for vulnerable pupils ; 46 A picture is worth so much more than a thousand words ; 47 Mapping a child's ability ; 48 Making child's play of numbers ; 49 What happens to hot ice cream? ; 50 'Come on you lazy lot, let's go adventuring!' ; Part 2: Now it's your turn ; 1 Using Popplet or Padlet ; 2 Using the Book Creator app or Publisher to make a book ; 3 Using Audio Notetaker
  • Afterword: making it happen -- Lorraine Petersen
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