Connecting Up: Accessibility Features of iOS and teaching hearing impaired students Package

This webinar package unpacks some accessibility features of iOS devices that deaf or hard of hearing students may be using in the classroom and also in their everyday lives.

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Course Code:   CPE20CUP

Course Information

This webinar package unpacks some accessibility features of iOS devices that deaf or hard of hearing students may be using in the classroom and also in their everyday lives. The two webinars in this package focuses on:

  • audio connections to mobile phones, ipads, computers
  • using the built in accessibility features that these devices have
  • various features and shows you how to connect hearing devices to audio devices in order to maximise the functionality of the devices
  • built in accessibility features for students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

It is important that you feel comfortable to investigate and play with the features and your devices are always updated to the latest operating systems to ensure that you get the maximum output  of your devices.

Number of webinars in this package: 2

Video duration: 45 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Completing Connecting Up: Accessibility Features of iOS and teaching hearing impaired students Package will contribute 1 hour of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 1.1.2, 1.2.2, and 1.5.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

Presenter

  • Michael Harrison
    Michael currently works for the NSW Department of Education in the Central West of NSW, Australia. He has held positions including; Complex Support Advisor - Sensory Programs, Assistant Principal- Hearing, Learning and Wellbeing Advisor and Disability Programs Consultant. Michael is a bilateral cochlear-implantee after receiving his second implant in December 2009. Michael is a great fan of making the most of a wide range of technology in supporting children with a hearing impairment. A self-proclaimed ‘geek’, he enjoys sharing his knowledge of technology with others and has presented at numerous conferences and workshops around Australia and abroad including:
    • 2012 & 2014 – Spectronics: Inclusive Learning Technologies Conference, Gold Coast
    • 2013 – Workshops with the Tasmanian Education Department Teachers of the Deaf
    • 2014 - Critical Agendas – Teaching Students with Special Needs Conference, Sydney
    • 2014 & 2015 Learning Differences Convention Rosehill Gardens Race course
    • 2015 - NDIS National Conference - Apple’s Accessible iHouse
    • 2017 - ATIA (Assistive Technology Industry Association) Florida, USA Conference
    • 2017 - Singapore Ministry of Education - Various workshops and presentations, Singapore.
    Michael is the author of iHear: Accessibility features of iOS and teaching hearing impaired students, and co-author of Accessibility at Home  - iBooks that are available via Apple’s iBookStore.  Apple Distinguished Educator Apple Accessibility Ambassador B Contemporary Music (1999) Southern Cross University Grad. Dip. Ed (2004) University of Wollongong M Special Education (sensory) (2007) Newcastle University

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These are accessible and convenient to be viewed at any time. These sessions are presented by local staff at RIDBC, as well as national and international experts. If a course or webinar is accredited through either The NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA), formerly known as BOSTES, AG Bell or Audiology Australia, it will be indicated within the description of the webinar. If you are unsure and would like further information regarding accreditation, please contact Carla Silveira, Events and Administration Coordinator (carla.silveira@ridbc.org.au).

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