Category Archives: ideas

Wandoo Planet

It took me quite a while to get through my backlog of podcasts, so I just listened to a great episode from Chris Bugaj of the A.T.Tipscast.  Episode 132 featured an interview with a former educator spreading the word about … Continue reading

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@lasenders Pinterest for AT

I have not used Pinterest myself very much, but I know that may people find it to be a great way to find curate content.  I don’t have a problem with Pinterest, but have found my current methods for getting … Continue reading

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Narrative Skills for People with AAC

Just came across this great post on Twitter the other day.  It has some very practical and easy ways to encourage AAC use and develop narrative skill.  I know that it’s an area I could work on with my students, … Continue reading

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EdCeptional #29 – The Pot of Gold: Conference Nuggets

The latest episode of EdCeptional is posted online: EdCeptional #29 – The Pot of Gold:  Conference Nuggets Patrick Share this Do you know somebody else who would find this post interesting or useful? Please forward it to them. Did somebody … Continue reading

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Opportunities for Success with Switches by @SENICT #assistivetech #augcomm #spedchat

Many years ago my kindergarten teacher, Miss Pinder thrust a pencil into my tiny hands and asked me to draw a picture. From that first day in school, every one of my teachers since has encouraged me to use pencils, … Continue reading

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Opportunities for Success with Switches by @SENICT #assistivetech #augcomm #spedchat

Many years ago my kindergarten teacher, Miss Pinder thrust a pencil into my tiny hands and asked me to draw a picture. From that first day in school, every one of my teachers since has encouraged me to use pencils, … Continue reading

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Mrs. Kilburn’s Kiddos #sped #spedblog #spedchat

Today, I would like to introduce Barbara Kilburn.  Barbara is a special education teacher in California who works with students ages 6 to 9 who have mild/moderate disabilities in a self-contained classroom.  This will be her 7th year teaching.  She … Continue reading

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Creative Art Experiences For Children with Special Needs #spedchat #specialneeds #tck #inclusion

Source: disaboom.com Thanks to a tweet posted to the #SpEdChat hashtag by @Michelle_Horst on Twitter, I discovered a wonderful resource published by Crayola titled “Creative Art Experiences For Children with Special Needs”.  This colorful PDF document starts with a discussion on … Continue reading

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High-Tech Teaching in Low-Tech Classrooms – How? #edchat #edtech

As 21st-century educators, we are expected to help students master the technological tools they will encounter in society and the workplace.  However, in many districts, teachers are lucky if their classrooms have one or two computers.  So how can teachers … Continue reading

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#180ATUDL2010


Christine Southard was inspired by several different posts to start a new project – #180ATUDL2010. Basically it’s a twist on the 365 Project that many people have been trying. She modeled it to follow 180 days of a typical school year (yes, she’s aware she’s a little late!), and I’m hoping to keep up. I’ll be posting my own pix to my Flickr account – teachntech and tweeting them using the #180ATUDL2010 hash tag. So I hope that we can inspire some great ideas!

Patrick

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