Assistive technology in OSX Yosemite for students taking NWEA’s MAP tests

Like many schools across the country, today we are beginning our MAP testing across English and Math classes.  At first glance into NWEA’s instructions, you would  think that the NWEA lockdown browser automatically provides accommodations.  And, if you’re in South Caorlina, you’re used to the End of Course exam software doing just that.  However, these Read More …

Ready, Set…Record voiceover narration in Keynote

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Creating Flipped Lessons in Keynote

Steps in italics have been copied from Apple’s support site with annotations added so you are prepared to make a more professional-sounding recording.  Would you rather see this process step-by-step?  A video how-to can be found on YouTube. Select the slide on which you want the recording to start. From the Play menu at the top, select Read More …

Accessibility is the new ability on MacBook Airs: Working with students who have visual impairments

Since the roll-out of MacBook Airs to students across my school, I have tried to carve out some time each week to check in on our students from the state’s school for the blind, who take coursework on our campus. The state’s school for the blind is a residency campus that teaches students across the Read More …