Episode #45 features a brief breakdown of the skill of sequencing followed by a recording of a portion of a presentation I did for the Individual Differences in Learning Association in Howard County, Maryland.
The episode features a bumper from Dr. Katharina Boser who is the president of the Individual Differences in Learning Association.
A.T.TIPS In This Episode-
A.T.TIP #71: Sequencing with Slide Sorter View in PowerPoint
Step 1. Take pictures of an event or sequential activity.
Step 2. Place each picture on a slide (using the Photo Album feature of PowerPoint).
Step 3. Select the View tab and choose Slide Sorter.
Step 4. Drag n’ drop the slides into the correct order to practice sequencing.
Additional Resources Mentioned-
1. www.iste.org/chewat – Select “Notify Me” to sign up to get an e-mail reminder when the book comes out.
2. Eight is Enough Presentation – This is the slideshow I used during the presentation for IDL.
3. Edublog Award Nomination – Vote for the A.T.TIPSCAST! The A.T.TIPSCAST was nominated for a 2009 Edublog Award in the category of “Best Educational Use of Audio“. Voting is open to the public and ends on December 16th, 2009. Even if you don’t vote, let me recommend you head over there to check out all of the nominations. The list of all those nominated in all of the different categories is a tremendous resource in itself, so I hope you check it out (and vote for the A.T.TIPSCAST)
Alternative Professional Development – Assistive Technology Industry Association Conference 2010 – Orlando, Florida – January 28 – 2:45pm – 3:45pm EST
UDL 2.0 presented with Beth Poss – Assistive Technology Industry Association Conference 2010 – Orlando, Florida – January 29 – 9:15pm-10:15pm EST
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