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Assistive Tech

According to, Assistive technology is any device, software, or equipment that helps people work around their challenges. Some examples of assistive technology are text-to-speech and word prediction. Assistive technology includes low-tech tools, too, like pencil grips. And the World Health Organization identifies it as: Assistive technology enables and promotes inclusion and participation, especially of persons with disability, aging populations, andContinue reading “Assistive Tech”

Near, Far, Wherever You Are

According to The Canadian Encyclopedia, “Distance education or distance learning commonly refers to formal education offerings where instructor and learner are physically separated and where learners can study appropriately designed materials at a place, time and pace of their own choosing.” Thus far in this semester, I have been excited but a little overwhelmed withContinue reading “Near, Far, Wherever You Are”

AV EdTech

“AV materials are both visual and verbal, and are available in various forms and sizes. They include film and video, which were produced by machines like film projectors, lantern slide projectors, tape recorders, television, and camcorders. This list continues to expand as people seek to communicate through multimedia” Source AV materials have drastically changed overContinue reading “AV EdTech”

Theory and Practice

My career largely started with a behavioralist theory-based pedagogical approach, especially when we mention tech-based motivational apps where students are encouraged to do something based on the app and positive reinforcement, rather than what they feel they should truly do. My first few years I tried to do reward systems with my students (without tech)Continue reading “Theory and Practice”