Integrating Technology Tools into Instruction: What's Working in Inclusive Classroomss
Find out how expert practitioners—Karen Janowski, Gina Stefanini, and Patricia Weismer—are using instructional and assistive technologies in inclusive classrooms to enhance student learning. Each chapter is filled with practical ideas, strategies, and a variety of easily obtainable technology tolls that can be easily implemented. An introductory chapter written by national expert Madalaine Pugliese describes competencies that instructional and assistive technology specialists who are working on co-teaching teams should have when helping teachers integrate technology tools into curriculum and instruction.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Illustrating the Blend of Assistive and Instructional Technology Integration in Successful Inclusion Classrooms: What Competencies Does It Take?—Madalaine Pugliese
Chapter 2: Making Literacy Meaningful for Everyone in Inclusive Elementary
Chapter 3: Documenting to Support Literacy Progress: Video Recordings That Make Learning Visible—Gina Stefanini
Chapter 4: Friendship Investigation Teams That Make Learning Visible—Gina Stefanini
Chapter 5: Technology and Web 2.0 Strategies for Executive Functioning—Karen Janowski