Look, Listen and Answer a Question…

Google APPS for Education (GAfE)  has unlocked many different ways I can apply technology to support students. Here is a prompt I made to help students participate in an inclusion classroom. When a Google Slide is used to deliver directions to a student it limits singling them out as different.  Experience has taught me when an adult hoovers over a student in a classroom community members generally notice.

The small size of a Smartphone makes it easy to slip a Google Slide Prompt onto a desk corner. It is amazing how fast a student will respond to the prompt. I find it beneficial when creating a prompt to include graphics the student identifies with. In this example the graphic is a cat. I like using animated graphics when possible. It seems to captivate the students attention.

When I used this prompt the student immediately responded. Thank you Google for all the great tools you have included in GAfE.

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