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Tools to try for 2015: ActivInspire sound recorder

Tuesday, 6 January 2015

Tools to try for 2015: ActivInspire sound recorder

Tool: Sound recorder
Why: Useful tool to provide multimodal support for students. Student can both read and hear instructions. Teachers can record prompts. Students share knowledge and ideas when providing oral responses during shared lessons or independent work time.
Favourite use: in a co-teaching visual literacy lesson, students recorded the point of view of each subject in the image. The sound icon can be hidden (by using the translucency slider) so an image can be turned into interactive storyboards.

Some other video examples:

Video: Adding sound to flipcharts to support students with Developmental Disabilities https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKsAu48oWkg 

Video: Using personalized reward sounds to support students with Autism and other Developmental challenges

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