Inclusive Education: Part 1 - Reaching All Learners with Apple Technology

My name is Laura Meney and I’m a teacher and Apple Professional Learning Specialist from Melbourne, Australia. 

As a Primary and Special Education teacher and coach, creating inclusive learning experiences is a key element of the work that I am really passionate about. And having access to Apple technology over the last 12 years or so has really transformed the way that I have been able to meet the needs of the learners I work with. 

In the dynamic landscape that is Education, the call for inclusivity has never been more resounding. By making learning more inclusive, we are paving the way for a brighter, more equitable future - a future that reaches all learners.

In this post, we'll explore how Apple technology can be at the forefront of your classroom approach to inclusion in how it:

  • unlocks potential and removes barriers by providing inclusive tools;
  • can be personalised to meet individual learning needs; and
  • empowers students to have voice and choice when creating with multimodal texts to demonstrate their understanding.

The following 4 minute video sets the scene for the activities to follow. This video covers data insights on students with disabilities and a case study to consider. 


Other posts in this series:

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Posted on November 05, 2023

Nice one Laura, this series is fantastic :)

Posted on November 05, 2023

Thanks Craig, really appreciate your feedback! 😊

Posted on November 23, 2023

Laura, I love how you have put this incredible resource together. It makes clear what many of us take for granted. I will use this resource with the schools and teachers I work with regularly.

Posted on November 27, 2023

Thanks for your lovely feedback Sandy, I'm really glad you'll be able to utilise this resource! ☺️

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