Please note: This course series is comprised of the following individual recordings: #2025 and #2032.
The first part of this series will focus on the iPad as a highly engaging and versatile tool that plays a significant role in increased student achievement, including those with physical access issues. The session will focus on the physical and motor accessibility features in the iPad. The second portion of this series will focus on video modeling as an evidence based practice used to teach social skills, communication, cognitive/academic skills, self care routines and vocational skills. This session will share information, resources and research on video self modeling, case examples and strategies for successful implementation.
Course created on May 6, 2014
- Identify iOS accessibility and switch control features.
- Identify hardware including switch interface and switches and mounting systems.
- Identify three switch accessible apps for cause & effect, communication and leisure.
- Define and explain Video Modeling including resources for evidence based research.
- Capture, edit, organize and share video using iMovies and Picture Scheduler.
- Implement video modeling including organization and sharing of videos into therapy program.
- Access resources for commercial apps for video modeling.
|0-15 Minutes||Introduction; Best Practice for iPad Use|
|15-25 Minutes||Built-in settings (Siri, Safari Reader, Speak Selection, keyboard, Assistive Touch)|
|25-65 Minutes||Physical and motor accessibility features; Hardware and mounts|
|65-90 Minutes||Apps; Q and A|
|90-110 Minutes||Introduction/basics/research of video modeling|
|130-160 Minutes||iMovies tutorial and demonstration|
|160-175 Minutes||Commercial apps|
|175-180 Minutes||Q and A|
Cindy Nankee, OTR/L, ATP
Cindy has worked as a school based Occupational Therapist for 25+ years focusing on assistive technology early on in her career. For nine years she worked with the Wisconsin Assisive Technology Initiative (WATI) as an Assistive Technology Consultant and five years as the committee chairperson for the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Across the Lifespan Conference. Currently Cindy works as a private consultant providing assistive technology training, professional development and direct service. Cindy presents at local, state, national and international conferences on topics including Switch Accessibility, iPad learning, Video Self Modeling and Assistive technology for reading and writing.
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