Technology

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Riordan, J. and Roberts, M. 2020. Technology. in: Soan, S. (ed.) Why do Teachers Need to Know About Diverse Learning Needs? Strengthening Professional Identity and Well-Being London Bloomsbury Academic.
AuthorsRiordan, J. and Roberts, M.
EditorsSoan, S.
Abstract

Technology in 21st century education is important for all pupils, but it can be crucial for those pupils who have additional physical, sensory or academic needs. This chapter will, therefore, provide an overview of technology available for enhancing access to learning for those with special educational needs (SEN), disabilities, or those who are particularly academically able or have a Dual or Multiple Exceptionality (DME) (Montgomery, 2015). It will explore how technology can impact learning in classrooms and suggest how the use of technology in school to support learning could develop in the future. It seeks to help teachers make their classrooms more technologically inclusive for all pupils.

KeywordsTechnology in education; Teaching; Special Educational Needs; Inclusion
Year2020
Book titleWhy do Teachers Need to Know About Diverse Learning Needs? Strengthening Professional Identity and Well-Being
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Output statusIn press
Place of publicationLondon
SeriesPersonal, Social and Emotional Perspectives for Educators
ISBN9781350083189
Publication dates
Print25 Feb 2021
Publication process dates
Deposited19 Nov 2020
Official URLhttps://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/why-do-teachers-need-to-know-about-diverse-learning-needs-9781350083189/
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