Orange Digital Center is an Orange Group initiative that aims to establish an innovation place dedicated to digital skills in every country where Orange operates
In the free educational platform of the Orange Foundation you will find courses and webinars adapted to your needs. Have fun learning with training prepared by specialists to face the challenges of this new digital era: 3D manufacturing, environment or responsible use of technology are just some examples of what you will discover.
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This course aims to make it easier for entities and schools to adapt their classrooms in line with the process of methodological change being experienced. Through analysis of different best practices in the design of classrooms and learning areas, teachers will be able to have some guidelines in order to improve the quality of their spaces, as well as manuals to design and build pieces of furniture for their classroom with their students.
In this course you will find everything you need to get started in the world of Arduino. You will know the basic elements of the mother board, different components, and create your first programming project.
There are different guides and videos to help you understand each concept easily and quickly. Before you know it you'll have your circuit board ready with its first program. Ready to take the risk? We're waiting for you!
The program aims to raise awareness among the students and awaken their activist spirit on issues of significant importance in today's world, such as the responsible use of technologies or gender equality in science and technology careers.
To do so, we provide teachers with a set of proposals and methodologies to address these issues in the classroom, from awareness-raising activities to active dynamics and projects.
This course brings the Design Thinking methodology closer to the world of education. Design Thinking is a methodology to generate innovative ideas that focuses its effectiveness on understanding and responding to the real needs of users. This way of working is based on the field of product design and hence its name. Today it is used in a variety of fields.
With the creation of the ARASAAC portal by the Government of Aragon, people with autism, their families and the professionals who work with them have been able to get free access to high quality pictograms with which to create numerous materials and design intervention projects. This has undoubtedly marked a before and after for everybody, by providing free access to a set of resources with their own identity, responding to the cognitive and communicative needs of many people with ASD. José Manuel Marcos and David Romero have been at the forefront of ARASAAC since its origins and will accompany us in this webinar to share, from their experience, how ARASAAC has influenced the specialized intervention in Autism, helping to create visibility for people with ASD and generating a meeting point for professionals and families.
The development and popularization of mobile technologies has been a huge contribution for those who require Augmentative and/or Alternative Communication Systems in their daily lives.
Many people with autism make use of such systems based primarily on using images to relate to other people.
This webinapp will explain the starting points needed to use such resources in specialized intervention, discuss the most widely used methodologies and show examples of widely used applications in this field.
Based on knowledge of the characteristics of autism, and individual evaluation, something distinctive about the TEACCH program is that it places special emphasis on fostering their interests and skills, trying to promote the greater possibility of the autonomy of the person with ASD and facilitate their inclusion in all community areas. To this end, structured teaching is one of the fundamental pillars of this methodology: the organization of physical space, the structuring of time, the development of work systems, etc. Through the design of individualized support and the use of visual supports, facilitate the understanding of the environment and the participation of the person with ASD. This webinar will review the fundamental principles of structured teaching and analyze digital applications that facilitate its implementation.
Technology is an undisputed aid for the development of academic skills, and is necessary to know what it can offer students with autism prior to their use in the classroom. In this webinar we will show you some interesting resources in order to be able to address the initial reading and calculation skills, explaining what factors to consider and suggesting proposals for creative activities that combine applications and other materials.