Accessibility Features Reference Guide

Allowing all students to be able to access what they are learning is so key to being successful. This quick reference guide of accessibility features can easily be added to students iPads to make their learning personalized to meet their needs. This reference can be printed out and hung up for easy access for teachers and students.

The reference guide shares How to Add Assistive Touch to iPad in where they can customize what works best for them with a click of a button they can take a screenshot, restart their device, have the iPad read aloud to him and so much more.

Another reference guide is How to Add Speak Screen and Speak Selection to iPad in where students can hear and listen to text read aloud to them, highlight the text read aloud to keep focused, choose a voice that best fits their needs

The other guides are How to Predictive Text and Typing Feedback, How to add Safari Reader, and How to add Dictation and Siri to your iPad


7 replies

November 14, 2022

Thank you for this amazing resource Beth. It is exactly what I was looking for. I am looking forward to sharing this with my staff.

November 14, 2022

So glad this will be helpful! I printed these out and laminated for teachers if that helps

November 14, 2022

What an amazing resource you have shared! Thanks so much. I love sharing Assistive Touch with my early years teachers as our little learners often struggle to take screen shots (especially through such chunky cases) - and this feature has been a game changer for many.

November 14, 2022

Yes totally agree

November 16, 2022

Thank you for sharing this great resource, Beth!

This would be so helpful for all teachers and learners.

November 18, 2022

Hi Beth! This is a great resource for students. Thank you for creating it and more importantly thank you for sharing it with the Community!

November 18, 2022

Thanks for creating and sharing this wonderful resource, Beth!

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