There are many assistive technologies available for teachers and their students. In terms of studying, digital technologies can include mind mapping, audio and text note taking tools and studying and quizzing apps. Sending students any materials, including slides, in advance of class or after class, can also support students when they are preparing assignments or studying.
Employed effectively, these digital technologies can help all of your students find success. In particular, students with learning challenges or exceptionalities will be able to engage, complete assignments and prepare for future learning opportunities. Ensuring equitable access to learning and demonstrating learning for all students is an important component of teaching in today’s diverse classrooms.
Here are a few examples:
- Mindmapping or Concept Mapping (view post here for a concise but more complete description)