During the April 2017 ITREP meeting, Paul Turcotte (Cégep du Vieux Montréal, CRISPESH) presented the following activity (in French): For a More Inclusive Use of ICT
The use of ICT in teaching keeps on growing. Whether for distance teaching, in a blended presence mode (in a flipped classroom or as a complement to more traditional teaching) the positive contribution of ICT is widely recognized and techno-pedagogical resources are increasing in order to support teachers. However, one aspect of this effervescence is worth questioning: are these new tools suitable for all students? Can some of the particularities of ICT tools or the use of them be seen as learning obstacles for some students? This is an issue of the accessibility of technology and of the inclusive character of the teaching methods that use them. Paul presents these two aspects and shows several paths to make sure that nobody is excluded when ICT is used in teaching.
Documentation: Presentation (in French)