Here are a few go-to articles and a few takeaways that will help you get the most out of ISTE19.
Why not make accessible the default, rather than a technique that content creators must be trained in and work to access?
There are low-to-no-cost technologies that provide support to the visually impaired and blind population.
Innovative educators should help parents see past simplified safety advice like: only use technology in a communal area.
While click-bate headlines love to scare parents and educators about the risks of screen time, it’s not that simple.
Closed captioning helps students during presentations by making content more accessible and inclusive.
If you are a member, moderator, or admin of any Facebook group, you may have heard a buzz that they are kicking out members unless they prove they are active.
More and more district and school staff are catching on to the advice of superintendents like Joe Sanfelippo who encourage staff to take every opportunity to say good things about their school.
Many Tweeters are unintentionally leaving out 15% of the world’s population who have disabilities by not composing accessible Tweets.
Here are some ideas based on recommendations from WC3 Website Accessibility Initiative to you get started.
Even innovative educators recognize the value of unplugging a bit during the holidays for family games.