Learning to code using alternative access may very well lead to meaningful and fun careers for our students with disabilities. In this session we will look at a variety of toys and coding programs that can be performed with a variety of switches or other access methods. We will talk about what to look for in accessible programs and how to set-up the necessary switch control.
1. Name one toy that can be coded using alternative access.
2. Name one program that can teach students to code using alternative access.
3. Be able to set-up switch access on an iPad in the Accessibility features and within an app.
Presenter: Heidi G. Brislin, MS-OTR/L