ISBN-10:
1138809020
ISBN-13:
9781138809024
Pub. Date:
01/02/2015
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Brilliant Ideas for Using ICT in the Inclusive Classroom / Edition 2

Brilliant Ideas for Using ICT in the Inclusive Classroom / Edition 2

by Sally McKeown, Angela McGlashon
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Overview

Runner up in Teach Secondary’s Technology and Innovation Awards 2014 sponsored by Lego, 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 resource will enable you to use ICT effectively to make lessons more accessible, motivating and fun.

With fifty illustrated case studies and twenty starter activities, this practical resource will help you to introduce new technology into the inclusive classroom. It has been specifically designed to help develop your pupils’ key skills, such as problem solving, developing concepts and communicating to different audiences. In each activity, the authors show why and how a particular resource was used and show how similar techniques can be implemented to open up the curriculum to your learners.

The authors include timely and realistic advice on how to use a range of technologies from the cheap and cheerful – and even free – to more sophisticated and specialist packages. Find out about:

  • Apps
  • Blogging
  • Digital animation
  • Podcasting
  • Digital storytelling
  • Wikis
  • Geocaching
  • Coding
  • Games and gaming
  • Sat nav
  • Art packages
  • Twitter

Whether you’re already techno-savvy or looking to get started with ICT, this book is full of brilliant ideas on how to engage learners of all abilities using technology. If you’re looking for inspiration on how to integrate creative uses of ICT with the curriculum, this book will prove invaluable.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781138809024
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 01/02/2015
Series: nasen spotlight Series
Edition description: 2nd ed.
Pages: 134
Product dimensions: 8.25(w) x 11.75(h) x 0.29(d)

About the Author

Sally McKeown is an award-winning journalist and author who specialises in disability. She has taught in schools and colleges, supporting students with a wide range of learning needs, and now runs training courses for charities and educators.

Angela McGlashon is a former teacher, Senior Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Essex, local authority adviser, business manager and trainer for a variety of software companies. She is now a freelance consultant working with many mainstream and special schools.

Table of Contents

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 Using the technology to teach touch typing

6 Androids and CapturaTalk narrow the achievement gap

7 Put comics in the mix: improving narrative skills

8 Blogging widens horizons

9 Digital video for life stories

10 Tell me all about it: recording pupils’ voices in place of writing!

11 Living on a Prayer with Gigajam

12 Mathletics: bringing a competitive edge to maths learning

13 Chatting about Miss Havisham

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 Relieving the pressure of examinations

21 Quite Remarkable QR codes on the LearnPad

22 The art of the matter

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 Money, money, money

34 Using online video to bring citizenship to life

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 Making school app-propriate

41 Writing in code

42 The crazy gerbil

43 Poetry pleases thanks to Clicker

44 Video ipads and early years

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 ‘Come on you lazy lot, let’s go adventuring!’

49 Making child's play of numbers

50 What happens to hot ice cream?

What People are Saying About This

From the Publisher

"This is a very helpful ‘hands-on’ book for busy teachers who want to use technology to open up the curriculum for their students but are not quite sure where to start."- Fiona Bull, Dyslexia Review, November 2012

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