Diverse mLearner needs
Mobile learning devices such as the iPad have a range of universal design for learning or UDL features that empower students to participate as equals. The videos listed below and associated links demonstrate how UDL and mobile learning are a potent mix that can support a diverse range of learner needs.
- Jeanette Davies' iBook on everything you wanted to know about the iPad - iPads Tips and Tricks
- Northern Territory Special Ed Unit - iPad Apps
- Padagogy Wheel Developed by Cherie Pickering Unley High School and Amanda Pickering Woden Special School Personalised Learning with Blooms Taxonomy (Apps for students with diverse learning needs)
- Mark Coppins - Apps for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Spectronics Mobile learning blog
- Jeanette Davies Inclusive Technology site
- Treetop's iPadagogy
- Vision Australia's Adaptive Technology podcasts
- CAST - What is Universal Design for Learning?
- Graphic organiser of CAST's Unviversal Design for Learning guidelines.
- Apple's iPad accessibility features
- Download a full copy of the diverse mLearners video
- Introduction to the iPad in the Special Education Classroom - View more presentations from Spectronics
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