Just reading a post from regie1973 about ICT’s helping an autistic girl to communicate which was really fascinating. “Take time to know me before you judge me” – Wow!
Got me thinking about how ICT’s can enable our students to demonstrate their learning in ways that express their unique personalities or talents, or overcome significant learning challenges:
– the artistic student that could design a weblet to present their research findings,
– the shy student who may want to do an oral report with animated characters in a video,
– the visual student who summarises their calculations or results in animated gifs over a table of values,
– the ESL student who can translate work between languages to develop their english language further, but more importantly to fully demonstrate their abilities without being limited by language challenges,
– the student away from school for extended periods in hospital who could take part in class learning activities through Skype or chat,
– the student who could …..