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Reenvisioning uses for targeted technology, and the redefinition of what constitutes a special need, already have begun. Access-enhancing technology -- long seen as a tool exclusively for special-needs students -- will become more widely adapted in the coming year as a means of personalizing instruction for all learners. Working with Diverse Student Population A guide for faculty and staff Veterans, first generation college students, minorities and nontraditional students often have a different ... Advisors can assist student with acclimating with college environment ... o Support students as they begin integrating themselves amongst more diverse groups Although it can be challenging to meet the needs of a culturally diverse population, there are many benefits. 6 Strategies for Working With Diverse-Needs Students … 3 by Cynthia “Mama J” Johnson The integration of "universally designed technology" (the current term for products designed to be accessible to people with diverse needs) has been slow going across the country; consultant Lisa Wahl estimates that schools typically use only 10 percent of the capabilities of the technology they have. Burris and Welner (2005) documente… The goal of this lesso… Kinesthetic: Kinesthetic learners learn best while moving and/or touching a stimulus related to the lesson. David Rose, director of the education-technology research group CAST, which helped design NIMAS, expects the first XML books to debut this school year, as scheduled. Access-enhancing technology -- long seen as a tool exclusively for special-needs students -- will become more widely adapted in the coming year as a means of personalizing instruction for all learners. We can't teach what we don't know: White teachers in multiracial schools (2nd ed.). "Over the longer term, however," Rose says, "NIMAS will foreshadow a sea change in publishing and teaching. These multicultural and diversity programs and organizations can help students break out of their comfort zone and explore meaningful possibilities. 0000096503 00000 n E-Learning that offers multiple technology modalities such as graphics, audio, video, and animation accommodates diverse learners (Douglas-Faraci, 2010). Technology and the Diverse Learner . Differentiated instruction (DI) with the use of technology offers the opportu- nity for teachers to engage students in different modalities, while also varying the rate of instruc- tion, complexity levels, and teaching strategies to engage and challenge students. The explosion of educational software and hardware offers something to accommodate just about every learning style. Of all of these factors, the personal and academic relationships between teachers and their students may be … 14, No. them until they can apply them in novel situations. 0000003387 00000 n using technology to serve all students.1One result has been the creation of related professional-development materials on how to use technology with diverse student groups. But it's getting a boost this year from a little-heralded federal law called the National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS). At our school, we are constantly encouraging teachers and students to take risks with technology--in particular, leveraging the power of available digital tools and devices to meet the needs of diverse learners. In today's classroom, teachers encounter a diverse student body. Teaching is a holistic approach. Technology can assist the teacher in crossing the language barrier that exists in a diverse classroom. 0000002548 00000 n Manipulatives (anything that allows students to manually interact with instructional materials) generally benefit all students, but are particularly useful for diverse student populations. Teaching diverse populations should be recognized as a holistic approach that enriches the lives of all children in the class, and the personal and academic relationship between students and their teachers is probably the most influential factor affecting success. 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Middle Matters » February 2006, Vol. Technology can help you tailor instruction to meet the needs of all students by allowing changes to: • content • channels of input, and • means of output. Technology is also an excellent platform for cooperative learning. Also, understanding and respecting your own cultural roots can help you respect your students’ cultural roots. Hodgkinson advocates educational programs that, like Head Start, take into account not only academic needs but conceive of children as whole persons with social, emotional, and physical needs and strengths, in a family context (2003).However, many schools do not have the opportunity to work with children at such a young age. 0000003019 00000 n Additionally teachers must be able to design developmentally appropriate learning opportunities that apply technology-enhanced instructional strategies to support the diverse needs of learners. 0000010213 00000 n Froma Cummings, director of assistive technology and textbook accessibility for the Arizona Department of Education, saw this coming as she witnessed a familiar scenario in her state's schools: A child with a disability is included in a mainstream classroom, the general education teacher there uses technological tools to help the student access the standard curriculum, and, sooner or later, the teacher realizes, "Wait a sec -- this gizmo that helps Jenny overcome her reading disability could really help these other five children who are struggling to keep up in the novel we're reading, and these other six who are just learning English.". 0000002665 00000 n This piece of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 mandates that, beginning August 18, 2006, all publishers provide a digital version of every textbook they sell. A relationship exists between student learning achievement and course materials that are tailored to diverse learners (Su, Tseng, Lin, and Chen, 2011). 0000002104 00000 n Most of my teaching is in learning communities, either in thematically linked Liberal Teachers will come to expect, and then demand, materials that are flexible enough to meet the challenge of the diversity in all their students.". is a practical guide for teachers to use the latest technology to assist them in meeting the needs of the diverse population of learners in their classrooms.. New York: Teachers College Press. 0000001992 00000 n These materials are now available on a Web site called Technology Tips for Diversified Instruction. Strategies for Teaching Culturally Diverse Students There are many school factors that affect the success of culturally diverse students the school's atmosphere and overall attitudes toward diversity, involvement of the community, and culturally responsive curriculum, to name a few. 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Cultural diversity in the classroom is on the rise. Even in the ubiquitous Microsoft Word software, text-to-speech tools and summarizing functions (which help students draw themes from text) provide multiple entry points into content for students with varied strengths and weaknesses. Creating a plan for students with diverse needs can be challenging, but Cossandra George has some tools and tips for success. Villagran noted that though many from disenfranchised populations may have limited access to some technologies, there are some interactive media that can be promising when doing research, such as social media networks, microblogging (Twitter), mobile applications (Apps), online support networks, and blogs. 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Electronic grade books, digital portfolios, learning games, and real-time feedback on teacher and student performance, are a few ways that technology can be utilized to power learning. Visual: Auditory learners learn best through reading, writing, and/or visual aids. 0000002906 00000 n Childhood obesity rates have increased dramatically over the past 30 years, particularly among African Americans and Hispanics, who are affected by overweight and obesity at higher rates than other populations. Supporting Diverse Student Populations in Times of Change Erika Garcia, Coordinator of Diversity Programs Stephanie Holleran, Senior International Student Advisor. 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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) This is a national civil rights organization which exists to … The goal is to not only build a ladder for students into higher education but to build scaffolding for success in school and beyond, for both your established and emerging student populations. Differentiated instruction requires use of a combination of materials (Gardner, 1993; Tomlinson, 2001). 1. The effects of socioeconomic diversity can be especially powerful for students from low-income families, who, historically, often have not had equal access to the resources they need to succeed. Reenvisioning uses for targeted technology, and the redefinition of what constitutes a special need, already have begun. Access-enhancing technology -- long seen as a tool exclusively for special-needs students -- will become more widely adapted in the coming year as a means of personalizing instruction for all learners. Working with Diverse Student Population A guide for faculty and staff Veterans, first generation college students, minorities and nontraditional students often have a different ... Advisors can assist student with acclimating with college environment ... o Support students as they begin integrating themselves amongst more diverse groups Although it can be challenging to meet the needs of a culturally diverse population, there are many benefits. 6 Strategies for Working With Diverse-Needs Students … 3 by Cynthia “Mama J” Johnson The integration of "universally designed technology" (the current term for products designed to be accessible to people with diverse needs) has been slow going across the country; consultant Lisa Wahl estimates that schools typically use only 10 percent of the capabilities of the technology they have. Burris and Welner (2005) documente… The goal of this lesso… Kinesthetic: Kinesthetic learners learn best while moving and/or touching a stimulus related to the lesson. David Rose, director of the education-technology research group CAST, which helped design NIMAS, expects the first XML books to debut this school year, as scheduled. Access-enhancing technology -- long seen as a tool exclusively for special-needs students -- will become more widely adapted in the coming year as a means of personalizing instruction for all learners. We can't teach what we don't know: White teachers in multiracial schools (2nd ed.). "Over the longer term, however," Rose says, "NIMAS will foreshadow a sea change in publishing and teaching. These multicultural and diversity programs and organizations can help students break out of their comfort zone and explore meaningful possibilities. 0000096503 00000 n E-Learning that offers multiple technology modalities such as graphics, audio, video, and animation accommodates diverse learners (Douglas-Faraci, 2010). Technology and the Diverse Learner . Differentiated instruction (DI) with the use of technology offers the opportu- nity for teachers to engage students in different modalities, while also varying the rate of instruc- tion, complexity levels, and teaching strategies to engage and challenge students. The explosion of educational software and hardware offers something to accommodate just about every learning style. Of all of these factors, the personal and academic relationships between teachers and their students may be … 14, No. them until they can apply them in novel situations. 0000003387 00000 n using technology to serve all students.1One result has been the creation of related professional-development materials on how to use technology with diverse student groups. But it's getting a boost this year from a little-heralded federal law called the National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS). At our school, we are constantly encouraging teachers and students to take risks with technology--in particular, leveraging the power of available digital tools and devices to meet the needs of diverse learners. In today's classroom, teachers encounter a diverse student body. Teaching is a holistic approach. Technology can assist the teacher in crossing the language barrier that exists in a diverse classroom. 0000002548 00000 n Manipulatives (anything that allows students to manually interact with instructional materials) generally benefit all students, but are particularly useful for diverse student populations. Teaching diverse populations should be recognized as a holistic approach that enriches the lives of all children in the class, and the personal and academic relationship between students and their teachers is probably the most influential factor affecting success. Some of this diversity is obvious: More than ever, students come from different racial, ethnic, religious and linguistic backgrounds. 0000003242 00000 n ;������vC V�jIm1kO������ �˰\�vRU�؎����. 0000010305 00000 n Now let us explore a sample lesson that engages all three learning styles. The dreamkeepers: Successful teachers of African American students. He predicts that the landmark law will produce only small ripples at first, benefiting the most severely disabled students. This book is designed specifically for the inclusive classroom teacher. 2. Discover five ways parents can reduce racial bias in their children. The digital format the law requires, XML, will allow states, resource centers, and other entities to manipulate almost any kind of content (text, audio, video, image) into almost any kind of format (excerpts, text-to-speech, Braille, and various fonts) on any platform (computer, Web site, cell phone, PDA). 0000003135 00000 n 3. More on Kids & Diversity. Middle Matters » February 2006, Vol. Technology can help you tailor instruction to meet the needs of all students by allowing changes to: • content • channels of input, and • means of output. Technology is also an excellent platform for cooperative learning. Also, understanding and respecting your own cultural roots can help you respect your students’ cultural roots. Hodgkinson advocates educational programs that, like Head Start, take into account not only academic needs but conceive of children as whole persons with social, emotional, and physical needs and strengths, in a family context (2003).However, many schools do not have the opportunity to work with children at such a young age. 0000003019 00000 n Additionally teachers must be able to design developmentally appropriate learning opportunities that apply technology-enhanced instructional strategies to support the diverse needs of learners. 0000010213 00000 n Froma Cummings, director of assistive technology and textbook accessibility for the Arizona Department of Education, saw this coming as she witnessed a familiar scenario in her state's schools: A child with a disability is included in a mainstream classroom, the general education teacher there uses technological tools to help the student access the standard curriculum, and, sooner or later, the teacher realizes, "Wait a sec -- this gizmo that helps Jenny overcome her reading disability could really help these other five children who are struggling to keep up in the novel we're reading, and these other six who are just learning English.". 0000002665 00000 n This piece of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 mandates that, beginning August 18, 2006, all publishers provide a digital version of every textbook they sell. A relationship exists between student learning achievement and course materials that are tailored to diverse learners (Su, Tseng, Lin, and Chen, 2011). 0000002104 00000 n Most of my teaching is in learning communities, either in thematically linked Liberal Teachers will come to expect, and then demand, materials that are flexible enough to meet the challenge of the diversity in all their students.". is a practical guide for teachers to use the latest technology to assist them in meeting the needs of the diverse population of learners in their classrooms.. New York: Teachers College Press. 0000001992 00000 n These materials are now available on a Web site called Technology Tips for Diversified Instruction. Strategies for Teaching Culturally Diverse Students There are many school factors that affect the success of culturally diverse students the school's atmosphere and overall attitudes toward diversity, involvement of the community, and culturally responsive curriculum, to name a few. Unmasking the Truth: Teaching Diverse Student Populations As middle schools become more diverse, principals must ensure that their teachers use proper strategies to help all their students—regardless of race—succeed. D�@/�&�M{�3 �芹������F�ڳR��R��a��\z���)��%�7V������M����ɨv��Aя���F&��(8]� �r�Q?D+�GH���4!S� �&N���|.5%O%�vJNmt����h�U��k?�P���3h_y�/�H���K0��)l�|�,��!��L�Eޭ������+�/�/k5A+�N��,Q:�>O)����{��� �ȡD��R�8�@|;�T�l\ޡMs�h?��8�� �NT/��j�`)�պ�^�//3��2�3f�)�$rV.�3rpVܻ��C.�������q:/��\�x�9��~��Ik T�8K|�� ���Lr��2L���/f�p�A�b����5���������H�R$y0�����r �K�M�B�ױ�%�nc@�j��w�� � �x���6��? Once the curtain is removed for how these three areas can be differentiated, meeting students’ diverse needs becomes obvious and easy to do—because it’s always been present. 0000002434 00000 n We art teachers have a unique opportunity to bring students together. Auditory: Auditory learners learn best through listening and/or conversation. Materials for Ethnically Diverse Populations. Cultural diversity in the classroom is on the rise. Even in the ubiquitous Microsoft Word software, text-to-speech tools and summarizing functions (which help students draw themes from text) provide multiple entry points into content for students with varied strengths and weaknesses. Creating a plan for students with diverse needs can be challenging, but Cossandra George has some tools and tips for success. Villagran noted that though many from disenfranchised populations may have limited access to some technologies, there are some interactive media that can be promising when doing research, such as social media networks, microblogging (Twitter), mobile applications (Apps), online support networks, and blogs. 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They also explored the students’ perceptions of fair and equal treatment by teachers, as well as how much the students wanted to associate with someone of a different race at the lunch table, basketball court, school bus, and so on. 0000003358 00000 n x���[��Ƒ��]���Mm�J>��p��D�Dyٿ��s�̐�+~H��KOߧ���3�y�7�Vm���i��3&�M����FV��l�������_�e�a����_$Wk��ڰ��?c�Ϧ'�W�����?��m�/Z=������e�.�4zJy�*4U?4{춇q��'����3�76�Wox�lJQ�'�?���s�|�wѠ`]�>r;�R?xB0{�Ճ�ǭ'��v΄ؔ�tO��О��4Ó��$�Юɛ�i�h��#�Ҡ�:�X_ �ߗC-lI�����_����rM�_U��$�%Sn����]wC.��_��e�Q5sb��կ����: MC��_��������oɽ���Z�UVN�?���������/$6���}�p� Course design that promotes differentiated instruction with technology includes individual student access to digi… San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. High Tech High – High Tech High (HTH) is a network of eleven California charter schools offering project-based learning opportunities to students in grades K-12. Take, for example, IntelliTools's IntelliKeys keyboard, whose touch-sensitive pad can be tailored to show large-type or pictorial keys. National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS). Learning technology could be a useful tool to help teachers meet diverse students’ needs. 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Electronic grade books, digital portfolios, learning games, and real-time feedback on teacher and student performance, are a few ways that technology can be utilized to power learning. Visual: Auditory learners learn best through reading, writing, and/or visual aids. 0000002906 00000 n Childhood obesity rates have increased dramatically over the past 30 years, particularly among African Americans and Hispanics, who are affected by overweight and obesity at higher rates than other populations. Supporting Diverse Student Populations in Times of Change Erika Garcia, Coordinator of Diversity Programs Stephanie Holleran, Senior International Student Advisor. 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