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T.H.E. P.A.C.T. Day One- Learn About, Read About
Heartland AEA 11 Professional Development
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A 4-Step Color-Coded Frameworkto Adapt CurriculumJune 19-20, 2013Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesT.H.E.P.A.C.T.

Schedule- Day 1 8:30-10:00- Basic Principles of T.H.E. P.A.C.T.framework 10:00-10:15- Break and look at examples 10:15-12:00- Learn About Module 12:00-1:00- Lunch 1:00-2:30- Read About Modules 2:30-4:30- Plan and develop Learn About & ReadAbout Modules2Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

ObjectivesParticipants will demonstrate understandingof the four modules in T.H.E. P.A.C.T.systematic framework as it relates toadapting curriculum for special needs students.Participants will write activity descriptions andmini lesson plans for each module.Participants will integrate resources to adaptgeneral education curriculum using T.H.E.P.A.C.T. in a variety of formats such as low-tech, computer-based, and mobiletechnology.3Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

Adapting InstructionFor learners of any age or any disabilityFor learners at any level ofliteracy developmentMini Presentation for ColleaguesPhylMacomber4Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

Getting StartedYou do not have tostart from scratch!Consider student’s strengthsand preferencesUse materials already available to fit intoTHE PACT systemConnect THE PACT to current IEP goalsand curriculumBelieve you can do it5Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

T.H.E. P.A.C.T. FrameworkThe learning objectives for each moduleConsistent learning activities and formatsused for each objectiveCorresponding assistive technology solutionfor each learning activity in each module6Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

Learner Interest ProfileAvailable AT Supports7Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

JaneFifth gradeLearner challenges Reads at 1st grade level Listening comprehension at 3rd grade level Handwriting is slow, large, laborious DistractibleCurriculum 5th grade gen ed collaborative classroom One period daily with a special ed teacherIEP goals- reading & written language8Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

LearnerInterestProfile9Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

Integrated AssistiveTechnology SupportsDo not start from scratch Use what you have What works for the studentBlend of high and low tech supportsMatched to student interests and needsEasy to use for the studentand the team10Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

AvailableATSupports11Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

Visually green Border Container BackgroundReceptiveBuilding word knowledge and meaningVocabulary bank accountDetermine an appropriate range ofvocabulary words for your target student12Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesLearn About Module

Uses explicit & implicit teaching methodsErrorless learning or skill based formatsTeaching not testingnot asking questions here!Relate to the individual’s personalexperience and prior knowledge whenteaching vocabulary related to thecurriculum unitNeed to be matched to the learner’s interest13Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesLearn About Module

Make a My Words DictionaryObjective: Using assistive technologysupports, the student will match up to10curriculum-based vocabulary words to adefinition by placing a picture-word cardwith the definition on the page.14Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesErrorless Learn About

15Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesLearn About:My Words Dictionary

 Script: Name the curriculumtopic, “Time to learn about the lifecycle of the frog.” Point to and name each vocabularyitem:, “tadpole, hatch, algae, frog.” Instruct the learner to select a picture and place iton the scene Name the picture as you pointto it, giving descriptive feedbackin a meaningfulsentence, “The tadpolehatches from an egg.”16Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesLearn About: Build a Scene

Skill Based FormatsMemory/ConcentrationPlay BingoPlay Tic-Tac-ToeLabel a PictureWord SearchesSorting17Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesLearn About: Skill Based

Lesson Script: Set up the game boardName each vocabulary item as you putit on the board, “Time tolearn about Abe Lincoln.” Roll the adapted diethat has pictures on it.Name the item rolled andreview a definition of the vocabularyword, e.g., “Log cabin, a log cabin is thebuilding that was Abe Lincoln’s home.”18Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesLearn About:Play a Board Game

19Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesMake a Vocabulary Game

20Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesBoardmaker Learn About

21Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesClicker 6 Learn About

 www.unique.n2y.com Unique Learning System is anonline, dynamic, standards-based curriculumspecifically designed for special learners. Six gradebands- purchase separately. (IEC pricing discount) Subscribers download monthly instructionalthematic units. Each unit contains 30 lesson plansand downloadable materials. Materials are created using SymbolStix graphics.Unit lesson plans define three levels ofdifferentiation to accommodate the diversity oflearners.Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services 22Unique CurriculumLearn About

23Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesThere’s an App for ThatLearn About

 4 years old, attends preschool fourdays per week IEP goals for social interaction and playskills, functional communication, math and literacy Relies on structure and routine for security and to knowexpectations; relies on visual supports forschedule, communication and play Strengths: visual problem-solving skills, physical andverbal imitation skills Preferences: iPad, being outside, music, carsand trucks24Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesLearn About Sample: Cayden

ModuleActivitiesPlan25Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesMyWords DictionaryMatching- Bits Board appMemory KingListen to a StoryMatch the picture to the bookListen to a Story SummaryWatch a video,Listen to a BookWrite a SentenceWrite a WordName thePictureAnswer WHQuestionsComprehensionBuildstoExpression

Type of dictionaryNumber ofvocabulary wordsOther Learn Aboutformats based onlearningchallenges, preferences& learning goals26Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesExample Learn About: Jane

Plan the objectives and learningactivities for the Learn About modulefor your targeted student. Learner Challenges, Learner Activity InterestProfile, and Available AT SupportsFirst, fill-in the top box in the Learn Aboutmodule with the number of vocabulary wordsthe student will learn in each new curriculumunitNext, fill-in the bottom box with Learn AboutActivities the student will use to learn singleword vocabulary at the beginning of eachnew unit27Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesLearn About Plan for Success

LearnAboutChecklist28Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

29Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesLearn About Activities

Receptive language based moduleVisually blueBorderContainerBackground ReceptiveListen to or read about vocabulary inphrases, sentences, and paragraphs to gainmore knowledge on the topicAcquires further knowledge on the curriculumcontent despite literacy challenges30Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesRead About Module

Matched to student strengths &preferencesCan be set up with “reading to learn” activitiesas well as “learning to read” activity formatsConsider formats that can be usedacross modules“Developing a library of resources for our learnersto complement their explicit in-person instructionestablishes and sets up independent learningopportunities and formats for the review andpractice of curriculum material.”(Macomber 2010)31Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesRead About Module

Decrease the student’sdependence on adults Increase learningBuild independenceIncrease self confidenceExamples E-books with reading software Text to speech software Apps with built-in readers Create customized books32Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesTechnology EnhancesRead About

Individualize the ActivitiesDesign & format activities based on thestudent’s expressive &receptive languagelevels and overall cognitive development.Increase the chance of learner “buy-in” bymaking a personal connection to their life.33Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

Lesson Script: Name the curriculum topic.“Time to read about ___. Let’s build your book.”Review the target vocabulary instruct thelearner to place a picture on each pageof the book.Write the sight word inthe blank on the page.Start at the beginning ofthe book and read the page sets to the learner.Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services 34Read About: Build a Book

Learning Objective Student will preview an adapted book summaryusing a talking pen to activate a talking label. Student will listen to sentence-based information on curriculum topicsrelated to academics & life skills.Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services 35Read About:Hear a Storyboard

Instruct the learner to activate eachtarget and listen to therecorded messageModel as neededHeartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services 36Read About:Hear an Idea Map

Listen to a SummaryListen to a Character MapRead a Time Line, Sequence, or HierarchyBuild a Venn DiagramMatching/Naming/Selecting WordsListen to or Read a Prediction37Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesMore Read About Ideas

38Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesMake a Hear an Idea Map

39Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesBoardmaker Read About

40Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesClicker 6 Read About

41Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesThere’s an App for ThatRead About

Tarheel Reader www.tarheelreader.comBookflix, Trueflix, Tales2Go, http://media.aea11.k12.ia.us/HAEA11Media/ReadWriteThink http://www.readwritethink.org/Special Education Techology http://www.setbc.org/curriculumset/default.aspxTeacher tube http://teachertube.com/42Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesRead About Resources

Carrie Tibben, Audubon High School43Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesCase Example

Reading to learn andlearning to readMulti-sensoryActive and involvedSame format different colorLearner goals, preferences, challenges andavailable AT supports44Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesJane’s Read About

Use the Learner Challenges, LearnerActivity Interest Profile, & Available ATSupport to plan objectives & learningactivities for each moduleFor each new curriculum unit& for each student fill-in the Read About with the typeof reading activities that willexpand their comprehension Specific Read About Activitiesthe student will use45Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesRead About Plan for Success

ReadAboutChecklist46Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

47Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology ServicesMake Read About Activities

T.H.E. P.A.C.T. ResourcesThe Power of T.H.E. P.A.C.T. book is inHeartland’s Professional LibraryAbout T.H.E. P.A.C.T. http://www.aboutthepact.com/ Subscribe to the newsletter Watch the video interview with Phyl T. MacomberBoardmakershare http://www.boardmakershare.com/ Search for “quick actions” to find setupsLearninggrids, Clicker 6 https://www.learninggrids.com/us/WelcomePage.aspx48Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

ReferencesMacomber, P. T. (2010). The power oft.h.e. p.a.c.t.. West Windsor, Vermont:Make A Difference, Inc.49Heartland AEA 11 Assistive Technology Services

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