Hope you had a nice winter break. I was wondering if you or your students would be interested in participating in a nationwide SAT Vocab Video Contest @ MIT university. If not, perhaps you have some educator contacts you could direct me to. We'd really like to get students involved from NY!
You can view contest details at BrainyFlix.com Please let me know. Thanks!
Episode #25 is up for your listening pleasure! Episode #25 discusses the creation of a Who’s Who? book that can be created for or with students which can be read over and over again to reinforce relationships, plan for transitions to new environments, or more. The episode suggests using the photos that arrive on holiday cards to help create the booklet. For more information check out www.attipscast.wordpress.com
Episode #24: Brainline.org Interview is up for your listening pleasure. This episode features an interview with George Washington University graduate student Chelsea Feist about a fantastic resource for individuals and families with individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury called Brainline.org. For more information check out www.attipscast.wordpress.com.
Episode #23 is up for your listening pleasure! This episode is called Wiggle, Push, Paste and you have to listen to find out what that means.
Also, there is a special guest bumper from Gayl Bowser!
I hope you enjoy it!
Episode #22 is up for your listening pleasure! Episode #22 describes different ways to use Google Maps to help students who participate in Community Based Instruction (CBI). Also, there is a special guest bumper from Dr. Penny Reed!
Season 2 of the A.T.TIPSCAST will be coming up in a few weeks. In the meantime, I invite you to become an A.T.TIPPER. Join the group by clicking on the logo of the A.T.TIPSCAST on the left side of the screen under "groups". Share your comments and opinions on the show as well as exchange your own ideas!
Hi there everyone. I learned about Classroom 2.0 during the Florida Educational Technology Conference (FETC) in January of 2008. Therefore, I am a newbie to this site but I hope to meet other educators who are interested in using technology to support struggling students. As you can see from the "About Me" section I work in Assistive Technology. I am also the host of the ATTIPScast (Assistive Technology:Tools In Public Schools). The podcast explores different aspects of assistive technology in public schools and provides tips/ideas for educators on how to use technology to assist students who are struggling to meet their educational goals. Please check it out on iTunes or by clicking on the link to the left. If you have comments, questions, concerns, ideas, heck, maybe you'd like to send me a voice message that I can play on the show. I'd love to hear from you. The best way to reach me is at ATTIPSCAST@g-mail.com.
Thanks so much!
I hope to hear from you!