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Inclusion and accessibility - How technology supports learners with physical disabilities with John Galloway

In the third in the series of videos with an inclusion and accessibility theme John Galloway considers some ways in which technology can support learners with physical disabilities. He briefly surveys a range of ways in which devices can be controlled, from the alternatives to keyboard and mouse, once the...
Inclusion and accessibility – How technology supports learners with physical disabilities with John Galloway
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Futurelearn: Blended and Online Learning Design

Futurelearn’s latest blended learning course is produced in collaboration with UCL. The three-week course aims to support teachers to develop their own innovations in teaching and learning online and explores a range of digital tools and resources available for blended and remote learning. You’ll also learn about the Conversational Framework...
Futurelearn: Blended and Online Learning Design
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Accessible and inclusive blended learning for students with visual impairments

From AI spoken descriptions to keyboard shortcuts, there is a wealth of tools to support learners with visual impairments in using technology. CLC educator Peter Lillington explores what’s on offer from the main platforms.
Accessible and inclusive blended learning for students with visual impairments
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Accessible and inclusive blended learning – for everyone

This blog considers the potential for technology to support inclusion and accessibility in the current context, whether in class, remotely or in a blended environment. The DigCompEdu framework provides a model for considering teacher confidence in this area and the blog introduces the first of a series of videos on...
Accessible and inclusive blended learning – for everyone
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Primary, Secondary
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Inclusion and accessibility - How technology support learners with visual impairment with John Galloway

In the second in the series of videos with an inclusion and accessibility theme John Galloway considers some ways in which technology can support learners with visual impairment. Although much interaction with technology does involve a screen and is visual it is not exclusively so. As well as some specific...
Inclusion and accessibility – How technology support learners with visual impairment with John Galloway
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Primary, Secondary

Welsh government blended learning hub

This hub provides a series of easily accessible blended learning resource for senior leaders and practitioners in Wales included specific resources for educators, senior leaders and parents as well as content for post-16 students.
Welsh government blended learning hub
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Welsh Government remote asynchronous learning design course

This resource consists of five modules that focus on using classroom practice as the basis for creating asynchronous remote learning resources and experiences. They offer practical advice to help practitioners develop resources that will engage learners, enable learning and continue effective provision outside of the classroom. Module 1: Behaviourism Module...
Welsh Government remote asynchronous learning design course
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National Education Union pedagogy resources

Developing high-quality teaching and learning strategies for this education recovery phase is a challenge. The recovery education hub from NEU will help you find ideas and suggestions by and for education professionals and tackles questions such as: What are the key areas to focus on? How can I create positive...
National Education Union pedagogy resources
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Blended and Online Learning Design. This is a current FutureLearn course available to new enrolments now (Feb 2021)

This free to enrol UCL FutureLearn course, newly published this year aims to support teachers’ own innovations in teaching and learning online. It runs over three weeks and features the free online UCL Learning Designer tool. Supported by experts from the UCL Institute of Education including Professor Diana Laurillard, participants...
Blended and Online Learning Design. This is a current FutureLearn course available to new enrolments now (Feb 2021)
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Primary, Secondary

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