Creating accessible materials How to make documents, presentations and online materials accessible. Introduction to alternative formats The University has a legal and moral responsibility under the Equality Act 2010 to provide any of its documents, leaflets, electronic resources etc in an alternative format if requested by a disabled user. Examples of alternative formats are providing a document in large print, Braille, printed on coloured paper, a paper copy of an electronic resource or vice versa or an electronic resource in an alternative way eg: Word document instead of a PDF.The following information explains how to offer this service and what it involves, points to keep in mind are: Word documents A few simple steps to help make your Word documents more accessible. PDFs It is possible to create PDFs that are accessible to most users. Audio CDs Requests for documentation on audio CD are rare, but they can be time consuming. Emails Advice and tips on how to make your emails accessible. PowerPoint presentations
A. Bandura. Auto-efficacité. Le sentiment d’efficacité personnelle 1Albert Bandura est docteur en psychologie et enseigne à l’université de Stanford (Californie). Il est l’auteur de L’Apprentissage social (Mardaga, 1985). 2Depuis les années 80, Albert Bandura s’intéresse au sentiment d’efficacité personnelle. Ce concept s’inscrit dans le cadre de la théorie sociocognitive (théorie issue du béhaviorisme et du cognitivisme). 3Le sentiment d’efficacité personnelle désigne les croyances des individus quant à leurs capacités à réaliser des performances particulières. L’expérience active de maîtrise est une des sources les plus influentes sur la croyance en l’efficacité personnelle car elle est fondée sur la maîtrise personnelle des tâches à effectuer. 4Ces quatre sources d’information permettent aux individus d’acquérir un certain degré d’efficacité personnelle pour un comportement donné.
The Science: The Growth Mindset - Mindset Works®: Student Motivation through a Growth Mindset, by Carol Dweck, Ph.D. Why the Growth Mindset? When students and educators have a growth mindset, they understand that intelligence can be developed. Students focus on improvement instead of worrying about how smart they are. They work hard to learn more and get smarter. Based on years of research by Stanford University’s Dr. What does a Growth Mindset School look like? Administrators support teachers’ learning. Teachers collaborate with their colleagues and instructional leaders, rather than shut their classroom doors and fly solo. Parents support their children’s learning both inside and outside the classroom. Students are enthusiastic, hard-working, persistent learners. What is the impact of Mindset? Mindsets Predict Motivation and Achievement In one study, Blackwell and her colleagues followed hundreds of students making the transition to 7th grade. Growth Mindset Training Boosts Motivation and Achievement Growth Mindset Training Narrows the Gender Gap in Math Research shows that Intelligence is Malleable
Creating accessible PowerPoint presentations This article offers guidance on ways to create Microsoft PowerPoint presentations to make them more accessible to users with disabilities. Because many files are often viewed electronically, governments and industries around the world are implementing policies requiring electronic and information technology to be accessible to people with disabilities. For example, the amended Section 508 of the United States Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires Federal agencies to make all of their electronic and information technology accessible. Tip: If you have Microsoft Office 2010 or later, you can use a tool for PowerPoint, Word, and Excel called the Accessibility Checker to check your PowerPoint presentations for any issues that might make it challenging for a user with a disability. In this article Add alternative text to images and objects Provide column headings in tables Give every slide a unique title Use ordinary words in hyperlink text Use simple table structure Learn more Top of Page Learn more
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Growth Mindset: Clearing up Some Common Confusions By Eduardo Briceño A growth mindset is the understanding that personal qualities and abilities can change. It leads people to take on challenges, persevere in the face of setbacks, and become more effective learners. As more and more people learn about the growth mindset, which was first discovered by Stanford Professor Carol Dweck, we sometimes observe some confusions about it. Recently some critiques have emerged. Of course we invite critical analysis and feedback, as it helps all of us learn and improve, but some of the recent commentary seems to point to misunderstandings of growth mindset research and practice. Confusion #1: What a growth mindset is When we ask people to tell us what the growth mindset is, we often get lots of different answers, such as working hard, having high expectations, being resilient, or more general ideas like being open or flexible. Confusion #2: To foster a growth mindset, simply praise children for working hard Deepening our understanding over time
Center for Instructional Supports and Accessible Materials The Center for Instructional Supports and Accessible Materials' (CISAM) role is to assist school personnel in locating large print and braille textbooks, audio and digital textbooks, instructional aids and tools and specialized equipment for students with visual impairments and print disabilities in Ohio. The Ohio Department of Education, Office for Exceptional Children funds the Center for Instructional Supports and Accessible Materials to meet the federal requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA) and the National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standards (NIMAS). CISAM brochure — outlines the program and who is eligible for these services. IDEA 2004 addressed the timely delivery of print textbooks in specialized formats including braille, large print, audio and digital text to school-age students who have visual impairments or print disabilities. Information on NIMAS and IDEA Additional information on CISAM and NIMAS
Dans quel sens la danseuse tourne t-elle ? Dans quel sens tourne-t-elle? Si vous voyez tourner cette danseuse dans le sens des aiguilles d'une montre, c'est que vous utilisez votre cerveau droit. Si vous la voyez tourner dans l'autre sens, vous utilisez le cerveau gauche.Certaines personnes la voient tourner dans les deux sens, mais la plupart des gens ne la voient que dans un sens. How Games Naturally Promote A Growth Mindset How Games Naturally Promote A Growth Mindset by Mary Wissinger Let’s face it: our students are playing games. In a growth mindset, there are larger factors than the outcome. With a game, kids already expect a learning curve. We can bridge this gap by incorporating games that allow practice of educational concepts, such as word games or logic puzzles. The Challenges Of A Fixed Mindset To a student locked in a fixed mindset, every school task either keeps them on track, or derails their dreams. Games give students a chance to practice saying yet. It’s tough, though, for students to persist when they get a low grade or see themselves repeatedly not meeting the objectives of a unit. The true beauty of a game is that, like a growth mindset, the outcome is never fixed. Mary Wissinger is a writer, educator and Creativity Coach found at Chin Up Heat Open.
ORC - 3329.01 Adoption and purchase of textbooks or electronic textbooks - filing of price statement. Any publisher of textbooks or electronic textbooks in the United States desiring to offer such textbooks or electronic textbooks for use by pupils in the public schools of Ohio, before such textbooks or electronic textbooks may be adopted and purchased by any school board, must, on or before the first day of January of each year, file in the office of the superintendent of public instruction, a statement that the list wholesale price to school districts in Ohio will be no more than the lowest list wholesale price available to school districts in any other state. No publisher of a textbook shall file a statement under this section unless the publisher complies with all of the following: (A) At the same time as filing the statement, the publisher also files:
Persée : Portail de revues en sciences humaines et sociales Why a Growth Mindset is Crucial to Learning Are you bad at math? And if so, why? A lot of people say that they are bad at math and blame a lack of talent. This belief that we are born being good at certain things and bad at other things is called a fixed mindset. If you ascribe to this idea, then you see intelligence and ability as static. The trouble with a fixed mindset Children who have a fixed mindset view school as a place where they have to prove their intelligence over and over again. In a study, Dweck and her colleagues gave 4-year-olds the choice of redoing an easy puzzle or trying a more difficult one. A fixed mindset causes students to play it safe. In her research, Dweck found that students with a fixed mindset who got a problem wrong on a test weren’t interested in learning the correct answer because they had already failed. Students benefit from a growth mindset Students with a growth mindset understand that when a task is difficult, they are learning and their brain is getting stronger. How to foster a growth mindset