What’s BEFORE the iPad®? Teaching Basic Prerequisite Skills for iPad® Use

@inproceedings{Maich2017WhatsBT,
  title={What’s BEFORE the iPad®? Teaching Basic Prerequisite Skills for iPad® Use},
  author={Kimberly Maich and Steve Sider and Carmen Gusek Hall and Megan E. Henning},
  year={2017}
}
Assistive technology, such as that available in an iPad®, have increasingly been used to support learning for all students and particularly for those with special education needs. The purpose of this article is to consider the prerequisite skills required for effective iPad® use. The effective integration of assistive technologies, from technology, pedagogy, and content knowledge perspectives is an important theoretical framework. From a Universal Design for Learning perspective, we consider… CONTINUE READING

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