BATOD
The British Association of Teachers of the Deaf
Promoting Excellence in Deaf Education

ICT resources

SLT developing speech and Language skills – pre-school to post-16Workshop presented by Maria Cameron and Mark Varley covering Apps that can be adapted and used for pre-school to post-16 pupils.
IT24 Mar
Technology to support learningWorkshop presented by Mary Hare staff demonstrating approaches to using software to support literacy, numeracy and thinking skills, the use of hardware such as tablets, NEO writing tools, ipads, and specialised systems such as our group hearing aid.
IT29 Apr
ICT Materials from the Communication Aids ProjectAlthough it is some years since the Communication Aids Projectwas part of our lives and DCCAP (Deaf Children's Communication Aids Project) worked specifically with deaf children quite a bit of the software is still available and the technology has moved so far forward that now many ToDs will feel more at ease with it. This page outlines the various hardware and software that may help when working with deaf young people.
IT15 Jan
ICT Newspages published in BATOD MagazinesTopics covered in the ICT Newspages published in BATOD Magazines are listed with links for easy reference.
IT29 Jan
The role of ICT as a teaching and learning toolThis PowerPoint provides links and ideas using Information Technology across the curriculum. Many thanks to Oxfordshire for sharing this resource.
IT30 Aug
Using software to support litercyJoyce Sewell-Rutter shares the potential of two pieces of software for deaf children. 'Clicker 5'by Crick software is multimedia software which can be used for listening, speaking and language development as well as supporting literacy skills. ‘Stories 2 Tell' by 2Simple is aimed at primary years but elements could be used in secondary school and uses 4 different stories using different story telling formats.
IT15 Jan