Reflection: Students with Disabilities Can You Hear Me Now? - Section 2: Phone Technology Progression


Note taking for some of my students is almost impossible to keep up with and this was a big undertaking for some, even though it was guided. To alleviate the stress, I asked that they write, I gave them time, and then those who chose to take a photo of the notes could do so. This helped some of my students relax so they could enjoy the learning. I think that all note taking should be worked on a little bit in writing so that the brain and hand connect the information, but I also know that time can be saved and frustration levels can be avoided if that camera on the iPad is engaged in the process too! That way they can go back and take notes from the camera when they needed to.

I roved the classroom and everyone was on task, so everyone was trying to write, contribute and think through this process of shared observation, whole class.

  Note Taking and Differentiation
  Students with Disabilities: Note Taking and Differentiation
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Can You Hear Me Now?

Unit 5: Energy
Lesson 1 of 11

Objective: Students will discover how the telephone has been engineered over a period of time to enable better and more efficient communciation.

Big Idea: Students learn a little bit about the invention of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell, explore old models of telephones and cell phones and explore the possibilities of the future.

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Science, Cell Phones, Sound, Light, light wave, circuit, history, Information Technologies and Instrumentation, Optimizing the Design Solution, telephone, reflection, light energy, eye, kaleidoscope
  55 minutes
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