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Steph Cannell▸ F-6 Digital Technologies MOOC

Towards the end of last year at uni, we got to trial participating in an online lesson, where you were represented on the computer through an avatar. It was an fascinating experience wandering through a online environment, and moving around to access the relevant materials needed for the lesson. It was very similar to being in the class as we were all connected and able to talk to the fellow participants as well. #cserTask1  


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Ann Wuth▸ F-6 Digital Technologies MOOC

Meeting Different Learning Needs
Learning activities need to broken down into small steps for students with ID (Intellectual Disabilities). The provision of a multisensory approach to learning is often the best strategy, involving and promoting multiple intelligences. Children with ID need to revisit the same learning objectives repeatedly through a variety of activities that maintain their interest and motivation. Engagement is the key and  the catalyst can be technology as it that invites and promotes participation and learning.