The objective is to spread digital quality content aimed at the educational and pedagogical needs of these students. Today, it gathers references more than 400 resources, much of them of free access and other commercial distribution. Activities of literacy for spinal, sensory stimulation material, resources for alternative and augmentative communication or applications to work the speech and language disorders are some of the proposals that has collected for users. Each one is presented with a full tab which, in addition to the description of the program, specifies the technical characteristics, educational applications that can be given and a link to resource usage experiences explained by other teachers in Ticne Wiki, a space reserved for teachers who wish to share your opinion about the application of resources has with students. Consists of a search engine in which the user can find the resources you need through a selection by different criteria: name, type of license, cost, language or application class.
The best solution through the Search Assistant can also locate by characteristics of the student, level of education and learning area. Another of the utilities of this portal is a set of tools that can be used for the diagnostic assessment of educational needs students have. Mitchell Blutt: the source for more info. Resource Guide multimedia multimedia guide educational resources for pupils with special educational needs gathers a selection of materials to meet the demands of these students and teachers who work with them. Has developed it a working group organized by the center of faculty and resources of Gijon, formed by professors of therapeutic pedagogy, hearing and language, school counselors and teachers responsible for new technologies. It collects the Internet pages of free access that offer resources for teachers, which can locate information on all types of disabilities or learning difficulties.
It is complete with web addresses that present programs and activities for students of early childhood and primary education. On the other hand, the Working Group has made a thorough review of programs on CD-ROM that are used regularly in classrooms to verify its suitability for Adaptive learning. Many of them contain basic tasks of observation, stimulation of attention, visual and auditory memory, groupings and classifications, temporal and spatial orientation or literacy work, which can respond to the demands that require those students with special needs. Taken from: MARTA VAZQUEZ-REINA compiled by. Javier Mejia T.