Inclusive Education: Part 2 - Using Inclusive Tools to Support Classroom Research

As learners progress through their schooling, project work requiring research skills, organisation and comprehension become more involved. In this video, we will be exploring how learners might use and personalise the following built in inclusive tools on iPad to reduce barriers to participation:

  • 0.42 - 1.44: Siri
  • 1.45 - 3.53: Safari Reader
  • 3.54 - 7.40: Spoken Content
  • 7.41 - 9.34: Live Text


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Posted on November 06, 2023

Thanks Laura! I really appreciate your whole series on Inclusive Education.

These research tips, explained so nicely in your video, are especially important to history educators (as well as all teachers) who incorporate research in their teaching and learning.

Posted on November 06, 2023

Thanks Cheryl, I really appreciate your feedback and am glad you found the content useful!

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