Make learning accessible
PD@Truganina South PD Centre
Making learning accessible-using assistive technologies to support students who struggle with literacy.
Full day Professional Learning Opportunity Monday September 2nd
In this workshop Andrew Dobbyn and Kevin Daly will introduce assistive elearning solutions that will help support all learners in diverse classrooms. This session is ideal for teachers in special settings and educators in schools who work with students with special needs in the classroom.
The solutions we will show you today are highly customisable to meet specific needs, support different learning styles and are highly engaging. We will offer effective strategies to integrate the technologies to best support improved learning.
Participants will leave the session with ideas that can be applied the next day in the classroom.
Make Learning Accessible
Monday, Sep. 2nd 2013 at 9:15am
Andrew Dobbyn has had over 18 years primary and secondary teaching experience in Australia and abroad covering a wide range of subjects, Andrew is well placed to get teachers winning with the latest interactive and mobile technologies in the classroom. Andrew has a Graduate Diploma in Computer Education, Bachelor of Education majoring in Physical Education, a Masters in Education majoring in leadership and is an accredited Promethean trainer. He has worked as a teaching and learning advisor for both national and international companies which specialise in educational software and hardware solutions. Recently he re-joined the teaching profession as a technology coach and elearning consultant