Check out the AT webinars coming up via RESNA! “APPS AND AT TO SUPPORT EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING” on September 15th, 3-4:00pm ET, and “CHROME AS AT! GOOGLE CHROME APPS & EXTENSIONS TO SUPPORT DIVERSE LEARNERS- GOING GOOGLE!” on October 6th, 5-6:00pm ET. Come learn live and online! http://bit.ly/RESNA16
Creating A Bridge To Learning For ALL: Accessing Curriculum & Content With Universal Design For Learning And Assistive Technology! Looking forward to presenting/ facilitating this engaging, hands-on workshop at FETC in Orlando in January, with Luis Perez, @eyeonaxs, as part of the Special Education track! Hope to see you at the Future of Education Technology Conference this winter for professional development and networking! Save the date! 1/24-1/27/17 http://bit.ly/FETC16_PandP
Also Check out our second session: Touch as a Way of Seeing! REDUCE barriers, UDL, AT, ALL learners-including blind and low vision! http://bit.ly/FETC17AT
Two Amazing, Informative & Engaging Days of Assistive Technology workshops from the best experts in the field! Check out all of the awesome sessions planned and register/ plan your schedule today! Join us for our hands-on Pre-Conference workshop on the 17th: Apps & AT to Support Literacy, Language Development & AAC! Also, our regular sessions on Friday including: Supporting Students with Dyslexia- AT, Accommodations and Literacy Instruction. Come learn hands-on through activities and group discussions; leave with a toolkit of technologies, learning materials and effective methods of instruction & implementation; and new networking friends and professionals to continue your learning year-round!
Register Today! We look forward to seeing you there!
Join the consultants from AT for Education at the annual Closing the Gap Assistive Technology Conference! We will be presenting several Pre-Conference and regular sessions throughout the week! At Closing the Gap you will learn from leaders in the AT industry, AT experts and practitioners, educators, family members and others! The Exhibit Hall is a great place to check out innovative and latest technologies hands-on!
Search the pre-conference and regular sessions for Diana Petschauer, Stacy Driscoll & Kelsey Hall from AT for ED, as well as our other AT colleagues and consultants who will be co-presenting with us, including Luis Perez and Mark Coppin! Read the descriptions and information about each interactive and engaging session, and register to attend today and build your toolbox of technologies to support your learners!
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- 10/19/2016 – Supporting Students with Dyslexia: AT, Accommodations and Literacy Strategies (Two Block Session)
- 10/20/2016 – Apps and AT to Support Literacy, Language Development and AAC (Two Block Session)
- 10/20/2016 – Successful Transition to College, AT, Accommodations and Advocacy
- 10/21/2016 – Google Chrome to Support UDL and Personalized Learning, Support for Diverse Learners (Two Block Session)
The technologies, tools and instructional methods discussed in these sessions provide access and engagement for ALL learners. We encourage regular educators, special educators, related therapists and others who work with diverse learners to join us for these interactive and informative workshops! We are excited to share with all of you and are enthusiastic about facilitating our workshops as a model of UDL practice, so as to engage you and accommodate your learning preferences as a group!
Join us at CAST’s second annual UDL Symposium. Together we’ll explore the latest research and UDL strategies for motivating and engaging learners. The Symposium brings together curriculum designers, technology leaders, researchers, educators, administrators and advocacy groups. Presenters include experts in UDL practice, research, instructional design, and learning analytics. Attendees will be active participants, constructing and sharing strategies and experiences.
Join us at Our sessions:
Across the Curriculum, Engaging and Including Diverse Learners on All Devices, UDL: http://bit.ly/CASTUDL
Free & Low Cost AT Options for providing AEM (Accessible Educational Materials): http://bit.ly/CASTAEM
Check out the phenomenal sessions by other experts as well and register today!
Harvard Law School Campus, Cambridge, Massachusetts
August 8-10, 2016
Day 1: 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Day 2: 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., with a reception from 3:30 – 5:oo p.m.
Day 3: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
More Information on the RESNA/ NCART Assistive Technology Conference is here: Click for RESNAConfAT
More Information on the RESNA Catalyst Conference is here: Click for Conference Info
Hope to see you there!
Looking forward to presenting and attending in Australia in July! Hope to see you at the ARATA AT Conference! Our sessions include iOS & Google Chrome, Apps/ extensions and Assistive Technologies for students in education (elementary, middle, high and university). UDL & Personalized education, access for students with learning disabilities, Dyslexia, Physical Disabilities, blind or low vision, executive function and others! Access across the curriculum on all devices! http://www.arata.org.au/conference2016/
See our upcoming workshops, training’s and webinars below and see examples of professional development services available nationally & internationally: http://atfored.com/workshops-and-pd-trainings/ Connect with us on twitter and facebook for the latest AT news and blogs! @ATforEducation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/assistivetechnologyforeducation Contact us today to schedule your professional development
Join us! Research-based intervention, assistive technologies, goals and accommodations, and how CCSS and ESSA support these interventions for students with Dyslexia!
Dyslexia is the most common type of specific learning disability affecting 10-15% of the total population; In the US, approximately 1 in 5 students are coded with specific learning disability (SLD), many whom experience challenges in the area(s) of comprehension, oral expression, written expression, and/or basic reading skills (NCES, 2015). With so many individuals experiencing dyslexia, it is critical that educators & service providers acknowledge Dyslexia and provide research-based interventions to support students in accessing the curriculum. View the Video description, more info andRegister here: http://bit.ly/DyslexiaSupport
Looking for Summer Reading & Literacy Support for your Student or Child? Support to continue Orton-Gillingham Programs and other supportive literacy programs such as Wilson or Spire? Kelsey Hall, one of AT for Ed’s AAC/AT Specialists, provides language and literacy services to students K-12. In addition to being an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist (SLP) and DOE certified teacher of the deaf (TOD), she is a certified Level I Orton-Gillingham instructor (per training via the Children’s Dyslexia Centers).
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Kelsey provides multi-sensory reading remediation for individuals who experience dyslexia and/or specific learning disabilities in reading, writing, and oral expression (such as Wilson, SPIRE, Lindamood-Bell Phoneme Sequencing Program, Visualizing and Verbalizing, Framing Your Thoughts). Summer and fall 2016 slots are currently available! Please contact Kelsey Hall at email@example.com or 603-970-1363 to obtain more information!” In person and online/ Remote training and meeting available!