Switch Control Overview

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Switch guru, Christopher Hills shares his deep and authentic knowledge about Switch Control in this brilliant video. In his video, Chris demonstrates an overview of three ways Switch Control can work to suit different needs. You can connect with Chris via his Twitter account Print PDF

Hail EPUB and vale PDF

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I would like to share some key points about the need to move away from PDFs as a format for providing information in an accessible format . In short We live in a post PC world and PDFs are not up to standard as an appropriate accessible format that works consistently across both desktop and mobile… Continue reading

Access, Process and Express

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Inspired by the brilliant work of both Luis Perez’s  nABLEing and Personalize Learning’s  Personal Learning Backpack  here is a graphic that I created that I believe complements their work. In one form or another learners ask themselves, “How will I ?” Access information Process meaning Express understanding As learner variability is the norm, rather than the exception, as well… Continue reading

Apple Watch an accessibility success!

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Yes, it is smart, sexy and accessible! Accessibility is part of Apple’s DNA and the new Watch is living proof that inclusion inspires innovation. Following in depth briefings this week, accessibility influencers Steven Aquino in the US, Vision Australia’s David Woodbridge and AppleVis UK’s David Goodwin write positively finding Apple Watch offers “a range of… Continue reading

The power of captions

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Videos can be a powerful medium by which to explain ideas and demonstrate concepts. Adding closed captions to the video ensures any user can perecive meaning from it. It also makes the video a more usable experience for all users as well as achieving compliance with both the Department of Premier and Cabinet circular C2012-08 and the Disability Standards for Education (2005). What are… Continue reading

Recommended iBooks

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Supporting diverse learners Creating Accessible iBooks Textbooks with iBooks Author – Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family National Center for Accessible Media (NCAM) at the WGBH Educational Foundation Dyslexia – Supporting Students – Jeanette Davies iPad Tips & Tricks With a focus on Accessibility – Jeanette Davie iSee, All You Need to Know on Getting Started with Apple Products from… Continue reading

iPad Model Classroom

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In this book Craig Smith, Aspect Practice Specialist with Autism Spectrum Australia (and Apple Distinguished Educator), takes readers on a journey through a week in an iPad Model Classroom. Each day of the week is abound with a showcase of innovative best practice ideas and learning activities to help educators creatively implement iPad in their classrooms.… Continue reading

An introduction into eBooks

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In July 2010, ebook sales on Amazon surpassed hardcover book sales, and then six months later beat the paperback books sales rate. An Ebook is a generic term for any digital representation of a book. This  includes formats such as PDF, HTML, ASCII text, Word, DTB aongst others, as well as EPUB. An EPUB is… Continue reading

Typographic design

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There are many information design decisions that we make as part of the process of creating high quality learning resources. These range from selecting age appropriate content,  through to the structure of the information as well as graphical design issues. Many teachers wrongly apply paper-based design rules when designing digital resources.  This inadvertently causes barriers… Continue reading

What can teachers learn from great marketing campaigns?

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No matter what profession you are in, we can all benefit from fresh perspectives. Sometimes the best ideas comes from outside the profession or organisation as it creates a shift in our thinking about the situation or task.  So what can teachers  learn from great marketing campaigns? Not the dodgy cheap and nasty advertisements but… Continue reading

App discovery

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Evaluating Apps Assessment Rubric Learning in Hand’s – Ways to Evaluate Educational Apps Padagogy Wheels Padagogy Wheels originally, developed by Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) Allan Carrington of the University of Adelaide embeds apps into a digital Blooms framework.  Allan’s work inspired: Mobile Learning with Blooms Taxonomy (Apps for Middle Years) by ADE Cherie Pickering Unley High School Personalised Learning… Continue reading

ePub tools for iPads

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There are a range of apps that enable learners to create and publish their own ePubs directly from their iPad. Here are some examples. Composer by Demibooks Book Creator for iPad by Red Jumper Studio Creative Book Builder by Tiger Ng dotEPUB is browser bookmarklet that allows learners to convert any webpage into an ePub. Case Study A look… Continue reading

Spotlight on Dr Luis Perez

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Luis Perez

Dr Luis Perez is an educator, author, presenter and inclusive learning consultant with a passion for accessibility and universal design. Dr Perez is losing his sight due to retinitis pigmentosa. He is also a keen photographer. Dr Perez believes that ‘today is the best time in history to be blind.’ You can follow Luis on Twitter @_luisfperez Print… Continue reading

Consistent teacher judgement of learning materials

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C0-authors: Greg Alchin & Lisa Tonkin Introduction The core quality benchmarks for any learning material is that all learners are able to use and engage with the material on the same basis from the start.  This involves curating or creating resources that all learners can perceive, understand, and utilise to accomplish their educational goals. This process is underpinned by… Continue reading

Digital style guide

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All digital education content (created / curated) must comply with the Disability Standards for Education. To achieve this, it must be discoverable and usable from the start by any learner to enable them actively participate on the same basis on the device of their choice.  Creation / curation All content and systems must meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines v2 (WCAG 2)… Continue reading

Conditions of collaboration

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An essential skill of modern work and learning environments is the need to collaborate. There are many conversation tools that enable collaboration, but what are the mindsets and behaviour that builds collaboration? Listed below are the essential qualities to build a collaborative culture. Share a common goal or purpose Communicate easily with common vocabulary Have ownership Have… Continue reading

How to start collaborating among schools

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The talk about modern literacies… about becoming a globally connected educator… and having your students collaborate with peers from around the world is great…. BUT how do you actually DO it? Let’s take a specific look at steps you can take to make it happen and look at plenty of examples of learning in and… Continue reading

Understanding collaboration

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More than ever, how we play, learn and work involves working with others to engage in meaningful productive activity. Collaboration enables us to share resources, ideas and perspectives, build consensus and achieve shared goals. As such it can increase the success of teams as they engage in collaborative problem solving. Collaboration also allows us to… Continue reading

Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools

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 to see the expanded list of Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools available. This certainly makes it easier for content creators and administrators to ensure that their These Web accessibility evaluation tools are software programs or online services that help determine if web content meets accessibility guidelines. Information about features of evaluation tools that help with evaluation is in… Continue reading

The interactive eBook dilemma: embed video directly, or link out using HTML widgets

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Books on Monday: each Monday TNM looks at books and book publishing – either a new book on the publishing industry, a new digital book release, or industry news Digital … Source: www.talkingnewmedia.com Given the cost (and variability) of data access in Australia embed is the way to go. Also having to wait too long… Continue reading

“Make Learning Personal” – Free Webinar: Sept 16th

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This webinar provides an overview of what is and what is not personalized learning and about how learners learn best using Universal Design for Learning principles. Source: nisce.org If you really want to invest in your professional learning about maximising opportunities for all learners then attend this webinar! #plearnchat See on Scoop.it – personalised learning… Continue reading

InDesign CC 2014 review: Better e-book tools, easier workflows | PCWorld

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InDesign’s new ePub tools opens the digital book market to a giant new group of authors, and improvements to often-used features in InDesign will ease the workflow of a large number of design.   In reviews of previous versions of InDesign, the looming question was always, “Is this version worth the cost of the upgrade… Continue reading

Fewer Full-Sized Courses. More learning snacks, ePubs, Videos, and Reference Tools

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This is an excerpt from Sharon Boller’s newest white paper, Learning Trends, Technologies and Opportunities. The white paper describes today’s learning landscape… Source: www.bottomlineperformance.com As we move to "byte sized" learning snacks the need for discoverability (meta tagging) increases.  The need for social collation & curation tools with interoperability is the part of the key. See on Scoop.it… Continue reading

Nobody is ‘too anything’ at Carlson

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Source: www.edgazette.govt.nz A powerful article. The quote for me is "Jane Farrall and our very own Sally Clendon uphold the premise that all students can learn to read and write. Nobody is ‘too anything’ to benefit from meaningful opportunities to communicate, play, read and write!" See on Scoop.it – personalised learning Print PDF

Assistive technology puts creativity within reach

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Teenager Christopher Hills has found IT solutions to some profound physical barriers. Source: www.smh.com.au This is why I am so passionate about assistive technology and in particular the work Apple has done for so many years to build inclusive features within their products. It is about empowering people to participate on the same basis. I… Continue reading

Learning to Teach Online

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Learning to Teach Online is a free online class taught by Simon McIntyre and Negin Mirriahi of UNSW Australia (The University of New South Wales). Based upon the successful educational resources of the same name, the Learning to Teach Online (LTTO) MOOC is designed to help existing educators establish or improve their own online or blended teaching practices. The target audience is primarily teachers in higher education, K-12, community college, and vocational or private education.

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If you are looking to invest in your skills to teach online, this free course could be the one for you. It lasts 8 weeks and will take about 3 hours per week to complete each module.

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The Twitteraholic’s Ultimate Guide to tweets, hashtags, and all things Twitter

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Most educators who learn to use Twitter effectively say they learn more from their personal learning network (PLN) on Twitter than they’ve achieved from any other forms of professional development …

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Another great guide from the team at Edublogger! Well worth a read if you really want to make the most out of the twitter for PLNs!.

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Pixel Press Floors – Pixel Press | Draw your own video game.

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Greg Alchin‘s insight: Users hand draw their levels using a pencil, grid paper, and specific markings called “glyphs,” and then Pixel Press transforms that schematic into a modifiable, playable, and sharable digital version. very powerful game based learning tool. #plearnchat See on projectpixelpress.com Print PDF

TouchCast

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning Greg Alchin‘s insight: @TouchCastApp. really is a game changer for how learners can communicate and collaborate on shared learning. #ADE #UDLchat #plearnchat See on www.touchcast.com Print PDF

A Touch of Light

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning “You don’t have to see to have vision.” That is the author’s motto as a person with a significant visual impairment who uses photography to educate others on the importance of inclusive design. This book focuses on the what, why and how of adaptive photography with iOS devices. A… Continue reading

▶ Rita Pierson: Every kid needs a champion – YouTube

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning Rita Pierson, a teacher for 40 years, once heard a colleague say, “They don’t pay me to like the kids.” Her response: “Kids don’t learn from people they don’… Greg Alchin‘s insight: The power and importance of building and sustaining relationships with all learners. Seeking first to understand the… Continue reading

Questioning – Top Ten Strategies – HuntingEnglish

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is to not stop questioning.” – Albert Einstein Questioning is the very… Greg Alchin‘s insight: The art of posing thought provoking questions is a cornerstone to creating a ‘culture of inquiry’  that opens minds and stimulates truly independent… Continue reading

Making ebooks in Pages 5.2: Here’s what works now (and what still doesn’t) | Macworld

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See on Scoop.it – eBookED After nearly four years of stagnation, Pages’s ebook export tools have recently received several promising updates. Macworld’s resident ebook expert Serenity Caldwell takes a look at what’s changed (and what’s still broken). Greg Alchin‘s insight: In a BYOD world as much as I love iBooks Author and the awesomeness of… Continue reading

How to Select iPad Apps for Students with Visual Impairments | Paths to Literacy

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning Considerations for choosing iPad apps for students with visual impairments, including book apps, and other suggested apps. Greg Alchin‘s insight: It is always worthwhile having a consistent framework for making selections about apps. This is a  useful list of considerations. One I would add to it is "Does the… Continue reading

Google Docs | AccessAbility

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Google Docs are a commonly used web-based word processing tool. Because of the collaborative nature of the application, it is especially important that your shared files are as accessible as possible, so that all users who need to access the document can comprehend the content.  Greg Alchin‘s insight: Google… Continue reading

Simplicity, complexity, DNA and dark matter

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Simplicity, complexity, DNA and dark matter It’s easier to complicate than to simplify. Simple ideas enter the brain quicker and stay there longer. (Saatchi) Simple can be harder than complex. You … Greg Alchin‘s insight: “Just understand that Simplicity is more than a goal – it’s a skill. To successfully leverage… Continue reading

Jimmy Fallon and Billy Joel take an iPad app for an incredible ride

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Last night’s Tonight Show was one for the ages. Jimmy Fallon introduced Billy Joel to a beatboxing iPad app called Loopy HD. Watch the video. Magic. Greg Alchin‘s insight: Music is a universal language. The beauty of iPad apps like Loopy HD is how ease by which you can create powerful and… Continue reading

Photo Education – Accessible Photography through Switch Access in iOS 7 – TheAppWhisperer

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes We are delighted to publish the second tutorial to our brand new section within theappwhisperer – Photo Education & Accessibility. There are many photographers and artists with special needs, whether… Greg Alchin‘s insight: Switch accessible photography is another example of what is possible using the inbuilt power of Apple… Continue reading

Apps for Dyslexia

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning Greg Alchin‘s insight: Now this is what I call an apptastic backpack! Many thanks to Apple Distinguished Educators  @mcopp @darrylbedford&  See on dl.dropboxusercontent.com Print PDF

iHouse | Vision2014

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning Split into four zones the iHouse will replicate a vision impaired persons’ experience in the home with the assistance of the latest accessible technology. Greg Alchin‘s insight: Every Apple device not only has accessible features — but accessible principles — built in. This is inclusion by universal design that… Continue reading

What’s New and Changed for Blind and Low Vision Users in iOS 7.1 | AppleVis

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning iOS 7.1 is now available for download via Over-the-Air Update and iTunes.   Since November of last year, members of the AppleVis Editorial Team have been busy testing iOS 7.1 in all stages of the beta process. Greg Alchin‘s insight: The new and changed accessibility features in iOS 7.1… Continue reading

Hattie’s Index Of Teaching & Learning Strategies: 39 Effect Sizes In Ascending Order

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning Hattie’s Index Of Teaching & Learning Strategies: 39 Effect Sizes In Ascending Order Greg Alchin‘s insight: "Every study has a story, and every strategy and impacting agent has a background." It is worth teasing out and reflecting upon the comments listed on the right hand side of notes. See… Continue reading

Minimize Cognitive Load to Maximize Usability | Nielsen Norman Group

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See on Scoop.it – eBookED The total cognitive load, or amount of mental processing power needed to use your site, affects how easily users find content and complete tasks. Greg Alchin‘s insight: Greg Alchin’s insight: To improve learner comprehension and engagement, educators should:1. Implement strategies to support intrinsic cognitive load such as adding glossaries.2. Minimise… Continue reading

nABLE Framework by Luis Perez

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning TOUCH this image to discover its story. Image tagging powered by ThingLink Greg Alchin‘s insight:  The incomparable Luis Perez’s nABLE Framework in a fully interactive format. It takes SAMR to a more inclusive perspective. Gotta love the man’s work! @_luisfperez  #plearnchat See on www.thinglink.com Print PDF

Minimize Cognitive Load to Maximize Usability | Nielsen Norman Group

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning The total cognitive load, or amount of mental processing power needed to use your site, affects how easily users find content and complete tasks. Greg Alchin‘s insight: To improve learner comprehension and engagement, educators should:1. Implement strategies to support intrinsic cognitive load such as adding glossaries.2. Minimise extraneous cognitive… Continue reading

How to create an accessible infographic | Access iQ

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning As social media continues to grow as a powerful medium for sharing information and ideas, the need for accessible infographics has become more critical.   An infographic is a visual representation of data that turns complex information into bite-sized pieces that can be read at a glance. Because it… Continue reading

Exclusive Special Report on Blended Learning

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning This Education Week special report is the latest installment in an ongoing series about online education. These stories examine the opportunities and persistent questions that surround schools’ and districts’ implementation of blended learning, the widely used instructional approach that combines technology-based instruction with traditional, face-to-face lessons. Greg Alchin‘s insight:… Continue reading

IBM standardizing on EPUB to reduce digital barriers and increase mobile support

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See on Scoop.it – eBookED SEATTLE, WA: International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) and IBM  today announced a collaboration to develop a white paper highlighting lessons learned from IBM’s recent decision to support EPUB as the company’s primary packaged portable document format.   EPUB is the widely adopted open standard format, for digital publications, developed by… Continue reading

6 Of My All-Time Favorite Conversion Rate Optimization Case Studies

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Want to start conversion testing your website, but don’t know where to start? Here 6 conversion rate optimization case studies + actionable advice to help. Greg Alchin‘s insight: How do you motivate online learners to actively engage and participate in activities? Conversion rate optimization offers some interesting research that… Continue reading

Stages of Personalized Learning Environments (v3)

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning The Stages of Personalized Learning Environments (version 2) was updated from feedback and input from educators around the world. Greg Alchin‘s insight: The brilliant work of McClaskey and Bray continues to evolve. A must read and implement for all educators committed to empowering novice learners  to become expert learners.… Continue reading

What Is User Experience (UX) | Why Is User Experience Important

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Defines User Experience (UX), the disciplines included in User Experience and how your business can benefit from providing a good user experience Greg Alchin‘s insight: Good User Experience (UX) is crucial if educators wish to engage  and sustain learners. Many educators only focus on one of the six UX disciplines… Continue reading

Eye Tracking 101: How Your Eyes Move on a Website

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Engage website visitors better by designing your site to match how people’s eyes move on the page. Here are some surprising eye tracking stats to help. Greg Alchin‘s insight: Understanding eye tracking research helps educators create and curate digital resources that will engage  and sustain learners.  See on blog.crazyegg.com Print PDF

Why access matters

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Watch our YouTube videos featuring some of Australia’s best-known disability advocates talking about the technologies and apps that have changed their lives as well as their daily frustrations of dealing with websites and apps that haven’t been made accessible to people with disability.   Greg Alchin‘s insight: Powerful stories… Continue reading

Designing inclusive digital learning environments

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Every school in Australia has legal obligations and responsibilities under Federal legislation such as the Disability standards for education (2005) to ensure that all learners with or without a disability are able to participate in learning on the same basis. To ensure that all learners are able to participate in learning on the same basis… Continue reading

The secret structure of great talks

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes From the “I have a dream” speech to Steve Jobs’ iPhone launch, all great presentations have a common architecture. In this talk, Nancy Duarte draws lessons on how to make a powerful call-to-action. (Filmed at TEDxEast.) Greg Alchin‘s insight: An extremely powerful presentation. Great learning has a powerful narrative… Continue reading

Flipping the Library: Tips from Three Pros | The Digital Shift 2013 – The Digital Shift

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Three experts shared tech tips and tools during “Flipped School Libraries,” a rapid-fire, dynamic session during The Digital Shift: Reinventing Libraries (#TDS13) webcast.     Through the use of innovative technologies and online resources, school libraries can now be available tostudents wherever—and whenever—they need them. “Flipped” or blended learning offers students thepower of personalized… Continue reading

Merrylands High SchoolBring Your Own Device

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes On this site you will find information on our school’s implementation of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiative for students, parents and teachers on BYOD at Merrylands High School. Greg Alchin‘s insight: Congratulations to the staff at Merrylands High School.who are implenting BYOD in a such a well thought out… Continue reading

Group Form Elements Effectively Using White Space

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Improve the layout of your online forms by placing form labels near the associated text field and by grouping similar fields. Greg Alchin‘s insight: User experience (UX) gains inspiration from nay fields including psychology.  Teachers as digital learning designers can we learn alot from the Law of Proximity. See on… Continue reading

Personalize Learning: 10 Trends for Personalized Learning in 2014

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning Bray and McClaskey provide the Top 10 Trends for Personalized Learning in 2014 Greg Alchin‘s insight: Another well written piece Barbara! The cornerstone is the definitely changing the language TO Learner AWAY from Student. This simple but powerful change is the first step in reframing the whole paradigm. I… Continue reading

How Tech Enables Non-Verbal Learners to Become Singers

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning Adam Goldberg, music teacher in a Special Needs environment, shares useful experiences from the classroom where he uses tech to enable learners to become vocali… – Click here to learn more Greg Alchin‘s insight: Empowering possibilities that flips perceptions and tranforms lives! See on www.askaudiomag.com Print PDF

Podcasting Guide | PoducateMe

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Provides instruction for and discussion of how to podcast in education and beyond. Features a comprehensive guide to podcasting that’s free to read in its entirety online. Also includes podcast news, kits, and hardware and software recommendations. Greg Alchin‘s insight: Podcasting and screencasting are a key component of rebooting… Continue reading

Establishing A Growth Mindset As A Teacher: 9 Affirming Statements – TeachThought

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes “The ability to change is among the least-appreciated professional characteristics of a teacher.   This is especially true as education systems react to both external pressure, and internal instinct to change into something closer to truly progressive learning environments.”   Greg Alchin‘s insight:  To support other learners to develop… Continue reading

Disabililty

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning I had to come up with a 30 sec video on anything I wanted for my university course. This is what I came up with. Follow me on twitter @ https://twitter.com/i… Greg Alchin‘s insight: Christopher Hills’ video has a very powerful message. What makes it more so is when… Continue reading

The Global Education Conference Network

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes The Global Education Conference is a collaborative, world-wide community initiative involving students, educators, and organizations at all levels. It is des… Greg Alchin‘s insight: A great collection of presentation form educators from around the world. Grab yourself a cuppa and enjoy! See on www.youtube.com Print PDF

iPads Enable Parents to Converse with Autistic Children for the First Time | PadGadget

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See on Scoop.it – personalised learning Autism research is close to my heart because I have twin boys that are on the autism spectrum. Greg Alchin‘s insight: Good design enables and empowers. Good design is inclusive. Good design makes your heart and eyes swell when barriers are boken down and people can connect.  See on www.padgadget.com Print… Continue reading

Learning Trends, Technologies, and Opportunities – New White Paper by Sharon Boller

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See on Scoop.it – Brain Bytes Sharon Boller, President of Bottom-Line Performance, has authored a new white paper: Learning Trends, Technologies and Opportunities. Greg Alchin‘s insight: These  key trends  mirror much of what is identified in NMC’s Horizon Report. The question is ‘How to EDU institutions reflect and  respond to these trends.   1. Less… Continue reading