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.
Course in video format which over 52 weeks presents 52 apps in depth. Especially suitable for people with autism. Each app not only explains its functionality but also several practical scenarios are shown with recommendations and tips on how to configure and use it in the best way. Additionally, every month, a "webinapp" will be held, i.e. a webinar in which even more ideas are provided and questions from the audience will be answered.
The aim of this course is to get educators to design a skills framework which is adapted to the specific needs of the students and guides all the work they carry out in their classroom. From the question, what do I want to make true for my students? we go through 3 time frames or phases: The current reality of my students, what I want to be true for them in the future and what I will do in my classroom tomorrow.
Course in video format, aimed at the families of people with autism, consisting of 12 capsules of about 12 minutes. Showing the basic uses of smartphones and tablets and associated apps for communication, leisure, school learning, time management, self-regulation and self-determination and other areas of interest, as well as tips on setting up and protecting these devices. All this, in an easy going way, designed to introduce the enormous possibilities that technology provides to people with autism.