AT Solutions for All Students (2011)

Author: TechKnowledgy Conference
Description:

You are now entering the Virtual TechKnowledgy Conference area with AT sessions to benefit ALL students with disabilities. We hope you will visit as many of the webshop sessions as possible. You will notice each webshop specifies an approximate completion time and includes an evaluation. The evaluation is required in order to receive a certificate of participation. You may want to print your certificate and attach it to your conference program thus verifying your conference participation. Enjoy the conference! This conference will remain live from November 10, 2011 through October, 2012.

Webshops:
  1. TARGET AUDIENCE: All, PK-12
    TIME: 10 minutes
    DESCRIPTION: This video created by Judith Schoonover from Loudoun County Public Schools shows how to use everyday objects to create simple assistive technology solutions.
  2. TARGET AUDIENCE: All, PK-12
    TIME: 30 minutes per module
    DESCRIPTION: The modules are designed to provide background information on the self-determination movement for people with disabilities and the history of the Virginia Department of Education's I'm Determined Project. These modules provide a strong foundation for beginning your journey toward self-determination. Each module will take 30 minutes or more to complete and include questions for reflection. Participants may want to print out the questions for each module with answers to print and include with the webshop certificate.
  3. TARGET AUDIENCE: AT Teams, Mild/Moderate, Low Incidence, Autism, ECE
    TIME: 1 hour per video
    DESCRIPTION: Grab some popcorn and a drink, sit back in your easy chair and check out these video sessions from last year. These following sessions are at least an hour in length and chocked full of information. Remember to use the arrows at the top right corner of each page to move between videos.
    1. Improving AT services through consultation, collaboration and coaching 2. Universal design for learning: What does it look like and why should I care? 3. Developing your assistive technology: Best practices for success 4. Planning for continuity: Transitions for people who use assistive technology 5. Top tech tools for math Oh, and did you lose your handouts from the TechKnowledgy Conference last year? Look no further, many of those great session handouts are available in this webshop too!

Tag(s): Assistive Technology Curriculum/Instructional Methods Mild/Moderate Disabilities