Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST)

Special Education Blogs
Ira David Socol

http://speedchange.blogspot.com/2008/05/toolbelt-theory-for-everyone.html

Assistive Technologies (AT)
  • Free Technologies
    • Using commercially based technologies for our own needs
  • Ubiquitous Technologies
    • using multi-purpose commercial and/or open source systems that are already widely in use
  • Collaborative Technologies
    • technologies which allow non-hierarchical "student" relationships
  • Multi-Modal Technologies
    • technologies which allow for multiple representations
  • Life Span Technologies
    • learning technological paradigms that will support learning and communication outside of "school".

Michigan Integrative Technology Supports (MITS)

Diigo Group: AT in SPED

#spedchat on Twitter

Mobile Technologies for Students with Disabilities

Accessibility