Suggestion for implementing the strategy ‘Reduce barriers to learning’
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Some learners may feel embarrassed or singled out because they need specific technology.
Consider how you can support learners to feel positive about using their technology.
Use these supporting strategies.
Develop a technology implementation plan that travels with the learner.
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Support the staff as you implement new technologies so they all feel confident and capable.
Think about using these strategies.
Use these ideas for connecting, sharing information, and planning ahead so learners have a positive transition.
Take time to establish an implementation plan regardless of the level of technology.
Provide opportunities for students of all ages to develop skills with a number of tools so that they have them in their own toolkit.
Create opportunities for students to become confident:
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