When planning for a well-functioning, effective and enjoyable classroom experience, every student’s strengths and unique abilities need to be considered. Technology can be a valuable tool when it comes to effective inclusion in the classroom, but technology is not the only thing that has to be considered when planning a learning environment.
- PLANNING: Consider 9 steps to planning an inclusive and technology-rich classroom we’ve put together. Use it as a guide that can be adapted, adjusted, and added to so the experience of learning is effective for each of your learners.
- ACTION: Read Developing student autonomy with technology tools for tips on collaborative learning, technology management, activities planning, and help request management.
- MANAGE: Software for Classroom Management will give you a list and description of some management systems to help monitor computer based activities for both the educator and learner.
Have some tips, additions, or ideas to share? We’d love to hear about your experience as an educator, student, parent or guardian. Send your thoughts to Caren or Pat at firstname.lastname@example.org.