Category Archives: accessibility

Using apps to help with anxiety

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn more … Continue reading

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Using apps to help with language difficulties

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn more … Continue reading

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Using Powerpoint to help with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn more … Continue reading

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Using GoodReader to help students with reading

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn more … Continue reading

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Using video to help with anxiety

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the 2019/20 course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn … Continue reading

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There’s nothing quite like being found out

Photo by Eneida Hoti on Unsplash I recently put together a teaching session on making digital technology accessibe in teaching. The session was part of UCA’s PGCert in Creative Education, which I lead, and so I should know what I’m … Continue reading

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