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Supporting students with anxiety

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

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Assistive technology for students with dysgraphia

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

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How the AT Bar can help students with dyslexia

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

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How mind-mapping can help learners with ASD

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

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Adaptive technologies to assist dyspraxic learners

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 technology to help students with partial/low hearing

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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Do mind-mapping tools help all neurodiverse students?

Ray Martin investigates… Under the DSA (Disabled Students Allowance), students may receive some form of online mind mapping (this is often Mindview) – but they don’t all use it. Some students – neurodiverse or neurotypical – prefer the physicality of … Continue reading

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Assistive technology in context #1 – dyslexia and dyspraxia

Ray Martin explains how assistive technology might help a dyslexic and dyspraxic student. Jonah is one of your ‘best’ students: wonderfully creative work that is rich in humour and considerable understanding of a variety of texts. He hands in his … Continue reading

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#creativeHEjam Monday 15 June

Originally posted on #creativeHE:
Virtually (Im)possible: Creative Ideas for Online Socialisation Activities for Induction Hello everybody, Thank you for joining us for this #creativeHE jam activity which will run across Monday 15th June -? from 09.00 until 17.00 BST. Today’s…

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Using Evernote to help with dyslexia

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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