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What does Assistive Technology look like in inclusive education?
Tools and strategies that may support one student with an Individualized Education Program could also be beneficial for other students within a classroom or learning environment.
Technology is readily available and customizable, which makes getting tools into the hands of students easier than ever.
Register to join Carolyn O’Hearn from Alt+Shift on October 26 to hear how inclusive classrooms can look and what tools could support multiple learners.
Registration is also open for a November 10 online learning opportunity with Alt+Shift that looks at AT in the IEP, including developing a well written present level statement, establishing goals, and creating a follow-through plan.
- October 26 Assistive Technology to Support an Inclusive Classroom, 12:00pm-1:00pm. https://tinyurl.com/4skbvm23
- November 10 Assistive Technology: More Than Checking a Box, 7:00pm-8:00pm. https://tinyurl.com/2uz3yz8y
Can’t make it? Both of these sessions will be offered again in 2023. Visit our calendar of events for more details.