[nobe-l] internet instructional ideas
jesusloves1966 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 23:56:43 UTC 2016
Hi Ashley and Kelsey!
I would like to do this exact same job. I have had all of these questions.
If you have more ideas, please share them. Thanks a lot for your comments so
From: Kelsey Nicolay via NOBE-L
Sent: Tuesday, August 23, 2016 7:41 PM
To: National Organization of Blind Educators Mailing List
Cc: Kelsey Nicolay
Subject: Re: [nobe-l] internet instructional ideas
I also considering tutoring assistive technology. These are
great questions. I think your idea of assigning a website and
having your student find a certain article is a solid one, but
another thing you might try is have your student find an article
about something they are interested in and write a summary about
it. This would also give the student practice in using Word.
Regarding teaching materials, it's not exactly a textbook, but
Freedom Scientific has something called Surf's Up. It's an
interactive guide that explains the concepts in a logical order
and the practice exercises use sample web pages. I don't have
the exact web address, but if you go to Freedom Scientific's
webpage, I think it's under training. Hope this helps.
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