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Description: Establishing a Positive Teaching and Learning Environment - Module 10
Description: Choice Making Opportunities for Students - Module 4
Description: Cooperative Learning - Module 9
Description: Self-Monitoring of Student Academic Performance - Module 5
Description: Conflict Resolution - Module 7
Description: Conflict Resolution - Module 7
Description: Establishing a Positive Teaching and Learning Environment - Module 10
Description: Behavior Contracts - Module 2
Webshop Title: Precorrection - Secondary
Description: Precorrection - Module 3
Description: Behavior Contracts - Module 2
Description: Anger Management - Module 8
Description: Clear Rules and Expectations - Module 1
Description: Precorrection - Module 3
Description: Peer-mediated Intervention to Promote Positive Behavior Skills - Module 20
Description: Peer-mediated Intervention to Promote Positive Behavior Skills - Module 20
Description: Take a bus tour and learn all about e-text. The tour begins with the basics and quickly moves on to the nuts and bolts of changing and manipulating text that can provide better access to learning. The bus stops at key web addresses for specific information and resources and then continues to other sites for strategies that can help meet the needs of diverse readers.
Description: Mental Health Services as Student Support - Module 25
Description: Mental Health Services as Student Support - Module 25
Description: This purpose of this video workshop is to show a variety of low to high tech assistive technology devices which might help students struggling with writing.
Description: With the growing popularity of using the iPad as an AAC device, AT practitioners need to be informed of the features of the available communication applications. By selecting the features of an application that best meet the needs of a particular student then the implementation of the AAC device is more successful. This video webshop demonstrates features of various communication apps for the iPad and iTouch.
Description: This video session will discuss what are visual supports and will provide examples of simple solutions that can be used in any classroom to support student independence.
Description: Looking for a quick glance at Assistive Technology? This video covers the definition of AT devices and services, IDEA, and the SETT Framework developed by Dr. Joy Zabala.
Webshop Title: What is Writing?
Description: This webshop offers a brief overview of writing as a process of communication. Examples and non-examples are explored, as well as an overview of alternative pencils.
Description: First-Then Boards are an effective tool to help young children attend for longer periods of time, complete less desired tasks and transition between activities. They are easy to make and use and can be individualized to meet the varied needs of children. Explore this session to see samples, learn to make one, view videos and find links to templates.
Description: This video is from the VDOE's Self-Determination project's website http://www.imdetermined.org and includes interviews from several different young adults who have had various experiencing using assistive technology (AT). The youth share how AT has worked for them, the challenges they've had with obtaining and maintaining their devices and tools, and the self-advocacy skills they've used to be able to access AT in certain environments.
Description: DIY Battery Operated Switch Accessible Toy. Every child, and all children need to play. Play comes in many different forms. No matter what it looks like, it is extremely powerful. When children play, they ignite cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. Providing opportunities for children to play is critical, and in some situations, requires creativity from the adult to help enable playtime. This video will help practitioners, parents, and anyone working with children with...
Description: The Assistive Technology Continuum is a range of assistive technology devices from No/Low-Tech to High Tech. The continuum includes AT as simple as textured paper to very sophisticated fully dedicated communication devices. This video covers The AT Continuum, misconceptions about assistive technology, where AT can assist a user, examples of assistive technology, and decision making process to acquire assistive technology.
Description: There are different types of communication: general communication, small talk, conversations, gossiping, and joking around. One device or app may not meet ALL communication needs. This module will introduce considerations when deciding on tools to meet the needs of an individual’s variety of communication contexts.
Description: This module will demonstrate four key strategies when infusing communication skills with literacy activities; keeping the story personal, using simple language and vivid images, employing a repeating phrase or “fill-in-the-blank”, and including interactivity to keep it engaging. Each strategy is detailed and includes multiple suggestions that can make your job easier.
Description: Authors: Meghan Betz and Kelley Regan at George Mason University*** In Part III of this series, participants will learn about oral language difficulties that they may encounter when working with students with speech-language impairments, specific learning disabilities, autism, emotional disabilities, and intellectual disabilities. They will also learn strategies to implement in their classrooms and ways to collaborate with school speech-language pathologists.
Description: Alternative Pencils give students access to the alphabet and can help students with significant and/or intellectual disabilities engage in emergent literacy activities. This webshop demonstrates five different types of alternative pencils.
Webshop Title: Original iPad Basics
Description: iPads are new and versatile tools that are showing up in classrooms around the country. This webshop is a short tutorial on basic controls that will help the new iPad user get started with mobile technology. This webshop is for older first generation iPads.
Description: This webshop will explore common questions asked by professionals in learning to help students who are new to an augmentative communication device within the classroom setting. The goals are to help those professionals identify naturally occurring opportunities within the curriculum to encourage use of these devices and, ultimately, to help students achieve communicative competence.
Description: Self-Monitoring of Student Academic Performance - Module 5
Description: A System of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) - Module 14
Description: A System of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) - Module 14
Description: In this webshop, you will learn how to create meaningful literacy experiences by: Using age appropriate reading materials to differentiate instructional levels so all students can participate in a book club experience.
Description: Academic Supports and Curricular/Instructional Modifications - Module 16
Description: Academic Supports and Curricular/Instructional Modifications - Module 16
Description: Choice Making Opportunities for Students - Module 4
Description: Authors: Meghan Betz & Sheri Berkeley at George Mason University *** In the second presentation of the Oral Language Development series, learners will explore typical oral language development.
Description: Authors: Meghan Betz & Sheri Berkeley at George Mason University *** In the first presentation of the Oral Language Development series, learners will explore the foundations of oral language.
Description: TARGET AUDIENCE: Autism, PK-12 TIME: 30 minutes DESCRIPTION: This webshop will introduce participants to the concept of structured teaching and how setting up the environment and the materials for a work session can help a student with Autism or other related disabilites complete a work task independently.
Description: TARGET AUDIENCE: ECE/Low Incidence, PK-12 TIME: 30 minutes DESCRIPTION: It's really not surprising at all: non-verbal children have a hard time learning to read and write. Without functional expressive language skills, they are at risk. But what specifically can be done to help change this? This webshop will begin with research relating to home literacy experiences of non-verbal children, target specific needs of these children, and provide practical methods and technologies to help increase...
Description: TARGET AUDIENCE: Low Incidence, PK-12 TIME: 3 minutes DESCRIPTION: This Webshop demonstrates how to make a Switch using a CD container.
Webshop Title: Making a Foam Switch
Description: TARGET AUDIENCE: Low Incidence, PK-12 TIME: 4 minutes DESCRIPTION: This Webshop shows how to create a foam switch.
Description: This is part 6 of 8 in the writing functional IEP goals workshop. Now that you have gathered information related to the how the child functions in the school and home environments, the next step is to begin identifying priorities.
Description: Speech language pathologists working with students in the public schools consistently encounter children with low speech intelligibility and incorrect production of multiple speech sounds. Considering the speech production of these children in terms of phonological processes is a way to enhance the assessment and remediation of their speech. This first of three workshops will address what phonological processes are and why we should consider them. The information presented can be considered a...
Description: For speech language pathologists, data collection is essential in documenting treatment effectiveness, making treatment decisions, and providing feedback to parents, teachers, and students. Given our workloads, time constraints often make managing data collection for articulation, language, fluency, and assessments a challenge. These webshops will provide ideas and techniques for collecting and managing useful data for SLPs in the public schools. Free data collection forms will be provided. Part...
Description: Part 3 of this webshop explores data collection for assessments/evaluation. Data collected during assessment should help answer the question “Does this student have disability?”, which is different than determining if a student is making progress on established goals. It is best to do these webshops in sequence, so please complete Part 1 and Part 2 if you have not yet done so.