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Description: Kathe Wittig, M.Ed., Program Specialist - Secondary Transition & Fran Smith, Ed.D. CVE, Coordinator of Technology and Distance Learning - T/TAC @ VCU (Resources updated by Clare Talbert- January 2017) When considering transition assessment, practitioners should take into account each student's support needs. It is helpful to use the tenets of universal design for learning with students who have disabilities. Infusing assistive and instructional technologies into this process will be covered...
Description: (Recorded Webinar from 2/23/2016 presentation by Lauren Enders) This presentation will begin with a brief review of core language principles for vocabulary selection and language teaching.    Participants will then learn how typical language learners acquire language and why the technique of aided language stimulation/aided language input is an essential component of any successful AAC implementation plan, regardless of a student’s age or language level. Sample...
Description: (Recorded Webinar from 2/25/2016 presentation by Judith Schoonover & Sally Norton-Darr) Developing multi-modal materials to introduce or extend literacy experiences sets the stage for literacy success. Alternative ways to organize, display and arrange, interact and respond to information produce greater understanding of concepts. Musician Paul Simon proposed a 50 way relationship exit strategy. In this webinar, we propose a 50 way literacy ACCESS strategy. Scaffolds created or...
Description: There is a new tool in Excel 2013, the Quick Analysis Tool makes creating charts, graphs and tables much easier. 
Description: In the past, a user could save a Word document as a PDF file, but, until now, the user couldn't edit PDFs in Word without first converting them to Doc or DocX format. In the new Word 2013, you can open PDF files, edit them in Word, and then save them as either DocX files or PDF files. 
Webshop Title: Speak Tool in Word 2013
Description: The Speak tool is a text to speech tool available in Office 2013.  This tool allows Word to read the text on the page. It works in Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
Description: (Recorded Webinar from 11/12/2015 presentation by Christopher Bugaj) Face it, you're a muggle. There's an entire wizarding world happening all around you called Twitter. You've heard about it. You may have even tried it. But you don't understand how or why it works. Why tweet? What's a hashtag and how do I use it? What is a "chat," how does it work, and why would I ever want to be involved in one? This session will take you through the basics. Not only will you learn the "hows" of Twitter,...
Description: (Recorded webinar from 11/11/2015 presentation by Dr. Joy Zabala) In this active and thought-provoking session, Dr. Joy Zabala, the developer of the SETT Framework, will share some ideas about how the SETT Framework can assist collaborative teams at all stages of decision-making about technology and materials -- from consideration through implementation and evaluation of effectiveness. Thinking through the strengths and challenges students face when working toward mastery of tasks in their...
Description: (Recorded Keynote webinar from 11/10/2015 presentation by Dr. Therese Willkomm) Creating solutions on the fly for little or no cost is not only easy, but is incredibly important in the lives of students with disabilities. This webinar will discuss and demonstrate over 101 assistive technology solutions that can be made in five minutes or less using everyday tools and materials. Learn about new innovative uses for corrugated plastics, InstaMorph®, Ridged foam, and new Velcro® brand hook...
Description: Office 2013 offers a number of new features including text to speech, touch screen tools, opening PDF documents in Word as editable text and cloud based storage. This www.Workshop will demonstrate several of the new features and provide visual tutorials for future reference.   Come learn something new and expand your technology skills!
Description: Some new Office 2013 features are designed to make working with a touch screen easier. The new Read Mode in Word opens a document in reading view, which lets you scroll through the document by swiping horizontally with your finger. On a desktop with a touch screen monitor, you can change this behavior back to the more traditional page navigation mode if you wish.  
Description: Office 2013 is designed to integrate with the cloud—with SkyDrive and SharePoint, in particular. A user can now save their work to the cloud for anytime, anywhere access.  
Description: The Ribbon was a new addition to Microsoft Office starting in 2007. The Ribbon allows users to have access to several tools to customize and edit their tasks in Office.  However, the Ribbon takes up over an inch of real estate at the top of the screen. 
Webshop Title: Office 2013 New Look
Description: Office 2013 is getting an updated look. Gone are the multiple shades of color that decorated the older interface, as well as the shadows and shading that suggested three dimensions. There is a new crisp clean look to Office 2013.
Description: Adding photos and movies to Office 2013 documents has become faster and easier than ever before.  A user can now Insert photos and videos from their computer or from online sources. 
Description: [Virtual TechKnowledgy 2013 Webinar by Barbara Cannon] Serving students who are nonverbal is a challenge. It is necessary to provide these students with ways to communicate so that they can answer academic questions and participate in the social communication of the schools. Use of core vocabulary can help make this happen.
Description: by Dr. Cheryl Temple & Lisa Givens Many students struggle with executive functioning skills such as organizing and managing tasks, which impacts their academic achievement. This webinar will focus on technology tools and mobile apps to support executive functioning.
Description: by Dr. Cynthia Feist, Dr. Tara Jeffs Designed for educators, AT specialists, and therapists on a shoestring budget, this webcast integrates low to high tech AT into math and science instruction for students with multiple learning preferences and differing abilities, for little or no cost. Learn how to create: accessible math and science resources for differentiated instruction, including: scientific process and math sequence ropes; customized graph paper; graphic organizers; item banks;...
Description: [Virtual TechKnowledgy 2014 Webinar by Kelly Fonner]Are you using all the tools that are available to improve your students' learning and demonstration of literacy skills? Have your students developed note-taking and study skills? Are they communicating and participating in socially acceptable ways, autonomously and as independently as possible? These are the possibilities of supports through today's mobile technologies, apps, software, and even no tech assistive technology strategies. It...
Description: This is the second webshop on the topic of phonological processes. In this webshop, speech language pathologists can explore how to assess phonological processes in children, particularly those with multiple speech sound errors and low speech intelligibility. Further, SLPs can learn how to use comprehensive evaluation to help gain a picture of how the disorder may be affecting the child and to gather information to plan for remediation. The information presented can be considered a basic...
Description: [Virtual TechKnowledgy 2013 Webinar by Ynez Peterson & Melanie Moore] Accessible Academic Activities are educational activities that support single switch technology. Students with physical disabilities and/or students who become overwhelmed by too much information (or choices) are good switch candidates. This webinar will review a variety of educational activities that provide curricular supports for switch users focusing on emergent literacy skills (specifically alphabet knowledge, letter...
Description: [Virtual TechKnowledgy 2013 Keynote by Penny Reed] Many school divisions are working to improve student performance on standards of learning tests, yet few are thinking about the power of assistive technology. How can you bust the barriers to the use of AT in these endeavors? Dr. Reed will draw on research from many fields to suggest critical actions that you can use to gain support for assistive technology. Participate in this webinar and become a barrier buster!
Description: This is part 2 of 8 in the writing functional IEP goals for preschoolers workshop. The content of this video will discuss using the curriculum framework as a process for determining appropriate and functional goals for children with disabilities.
Description: This is part 4 of 8 in the writing functional IEP goals for preschoolers webshop. Observing the child in the school environment provides important information to be considered when writing goals that are meaningful and can be practiced during routines of the day. It is important for teachers to prepare before starting.
Description: Clear Rules and Expectations - Module 1
Description: Developing a Function-based Intervention - Module 11
Description: A Behavior Support Plan - Module 12
Description: Specialized Instruction to Promote Learning and Study Skills - Module 17
Description: Data Collection, Graphing, and Analysis for Intervention Plans - Module 24
Description: Specialized Instruction to Promote Learning and Study Skills - Module 17
Description: Developing a Function-based Intervention - Module 11
Description: Crisis Management - Module 15
Description: Crisis Management - Module 15
Description: A Behavior Support Plan - Module 12
Description: Peer Instructional Supports - Module 21
Description: Group-oriented Contingency Management - Module 22
Description: Group-oriented Contingency Management - Module 22
Description: Self-Monitoring of Student Non-academic Behavior - Module 6
Description: Data Collection, Graphing, and Analysis for Intervention Plans - Module 24
Description: Strategies that are Respectful of Gender, Cultural, and Linguistic Differences - Module 13
Description: Strategies that are Respectful of Gender, Cultural, and Linguistic Differences - Module 13
Description: Self-Monitoring of Student Non-academic Behavior - Module 6
Description: Anger Management - Module 8
Description: Social Skills as Part of Class Instruction - Module 18
Description: Peer Reinforcement to Promote Appropriate Student Behavior - Module 19
Description: Developing a Transition Plan - Module 23
Description: Cooperative Learning - Module 9
Description: Developing a Transition Plan - Module 23
Description: Establishing a Positive Teaching and Learning Environment - Module 10
Description: Peer Instructional Supports - Module 21