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ICT and Inclusion . In the average classroom... to the average pupil .... taught by the average teacher ... ICT is changing teaching and learning. The discovery of new technologies is constantly changing teaching methods and practices.

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In the average classroom...

to the average pupil ....

taught by the average teacher ...

ICT is changing teaching and learning.

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The discovery of new technologies is constantly changing teaching methods and practices.

  • Tools such as the internet are opening up a massive wealth of resources for both teachers and pupils a like.
  • In short it could be said that ‘‘ICT is quite simply transforming primary education.’’ (Wheeler, S. 2005)
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ICT and SEN

It is estimated that 1 in 10 children alone suffer from dyslexia. [www.beingdyslexic.com]

These figures don’t include, children suffering from:

Ilene\'s Syndrome

ADD

ADHD

hearing and sight impairments

physical disabilities

emotional disorders

metal illness ...

  • other forms of dyslexia including dyspraxia
  • exceptionally gifted children
  • Downs syndrome
  • Autism
  • Asperger’s syndrome
  • Selective mutes
how ict can help
How ICT can help
  • Independence
  • makes learning fun and possible to enjoy
  • A chance to do things which may otherwise be very difficult or impossible
  • Lessens the feelings of isolation and loneliness
  • Sense of achievement
  • understanding and advice
ict can also help to include children
ICT can also help to include, children :
  • With poor health, chronic or terminal illness
  • who have been bullied/ or abused
  • Have problems at home
  • who live in remote areas or may not be able to travel to school
  • May not have access to a specialist teacher
www beingdyslexic co uk
www.beingdyslexic.co.uk

‘‘ Encourage use of technology: spelling dictionaries, memory aids, to get round the problem - why rub two sticks together when you can throw a switch! ‘’

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