Remote Learning

We have put together some useful information/tips on how to make remote learning more effective for students with visual and hearing needs.

Making Remote Learning Accessible for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Young People - click here to open this document in another window.

         

Richard Cloudesley Outreach Service                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

                                       

Making Remote Learning Accessible for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Young People – Live Captioning

Deaf and hard of hearing children and young people have individual learning requirements and preferences that will need to be considered when preparing and delivering remote online learning to them. An important way to support them is by using live captioning on PowerPoint and virtual lessons.

Click on the links to find out how to add live captioning: PowerPoint

Present with real-time, automatic captions or subtitles in PowerPoint - Microsoft Support

Microsoft Teams

Use live captions in Microsoft Teams meetings - Microsoft Support

Google Meet

Use captions & translated captions in Google Meet - Computer - Google Meet Help

Google Slides 

Closed Captioning in Google Slides - Teaching Forward

Zoom                                 

Managing manual captions - Zoom Support

                                                                     

Tips for Providing Remote Video Instruction for Students with CVI - click here to open the document in another window.

 

Remote Learning

We have put together some useful information/tips on how to make remote learning more effective for students with visual and hearing needs.

Making Remote Learning Accessible for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Young People - click here to open this document in another window.

         

Richard Cloudesley Outreach Service                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

                                       

Making Remote Learning Accessible for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Young People – Live Captioning

Deaf and hard of hearing children and young people have individual learning requirements and preferences that will need to be considered when preparing and delivering remote online learning to them. An important way to support them is by using live captioning on PowerPoint and virtual lessons.

Click on the links to find out how to add live captioning: PowerPoint

Present with real-time, automatic captions or subtitles in PowerPoint - Microsoft Support

Microsoft Teams

Use live captions in Microsoft Teams meetings - Microsoft Support

Google Meet

Use captions & translated captions in Google Meet - Computer - Google Meet Help

Google Slides 

Closed Captioning in Google Slides - Teaching Forward

Zoom                                 

Managing manual captions - Zoom Support

                                                                     

Tips for Providing Remote Video Instruction for Students with CVI - click here to open the document in another window.

 

Remote Learning

We have put together some useful information/tips on how to make remote learning more effective for students with visual and hearing needs.

Making Remote Learning Accessible for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Young People - click here to open this document in another window.

         

Richard Cloudesley Outreach Service                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

                                       

Making Remote Learning Accessible for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Young People – Live Captioning

Deaf and hard of hearing children and young people have individual learning requirements and preferences that will need to be considered when preparing and delivering remote online learning to them. An important way to support them is by using live captioning on PowerPoint and virtual lessons.

Click on the links to find out how to add live captioning: PowerPoint

Present with real-time, automatic captions or subtitles in PowerPoint - Microsoft Support

Microsoft Teams

Use live captions in Microsoft Teams meetings - Microsoft Support

Google Meet

Use captions & translated captions in Google Meet - Computer - Google Meet Help

Google Slides 

Closed Captioning in Google Slides - Teaching Forward

Zoom                                 

Managing manual captions - Zoom Support

                                                                     

Tips for Providing Remote Video Instruction for Students with CVI - click here to open the document in another window.