Inclusive Education: Part 4 - Designing Learning Scaffolds

Another way to support all learners in the classroom is to build scaffolds that allow for multimodal responses. From text, drawings and images, through to video and audio responses, scaffolds that cater for these mediums can provide learners with choice in how they respond and voice in being able to articulate what they know.

This final video in the series shows how to utilise the following tools and features to create and share effective learning scaffolds:

  • Apple’s native apps (Keynote, Pages and Numbers);
  • Icons/Shapes;
  • Audio Recordings; 
  • Media Placeholders; and
  • AirDrop.

The Keynote scaffold and example referred to in this video are attached below.

Other posts in this series:



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Posted on February 18, 2024

This information and resources you have created are generous in your sharing. Thank you 🙏

Posted on February 19, 2024

Thank you for sharing these great resources all in one place. I share these inclusive tools regularly, but have never collated them all in one spot, or kept it up to date with current iOS. Really appreciate you doing this for us. Thank you.

Posted on February 19, 2024

Hi Laura,

All your tips are incredibly helpful! This is a wonderful series for all teachers. Thank you for putting together such comprehensive guides. I know they will help so many students!

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