Accessing the General Curriculum through Assistive Technology
Wednesday, November 30
9:00-5:00 p.m. ET
TASH Members $85
*lunch will be provided
Highly effective, evidenced-based strategies can be used to develop and integrate communication systems for students with complex communication needs, enhancing access to academic content across the school day. This full-day workshop will highlight practical examples of cognitive scaffolding, adaptations, technology and modifications for students with multiple disabilities, and the relationships between curriculum and functional skills will be discussed. Also included in this workshop will be two 45-minute panel discussions on the selection and use of IOS applications and assistive technology in the context of Universal Design for Learning.
Who Should Attend this Workshop?
– General and Special Education Teachers
– Care Givers
– Speech-Language Pathologists
– Curriculum Specialists
– Occupational and Physical Therapists
– Related Service Personnel
Kathy Gee, Ph.D.
Jacqui Kearns, Ed.D
Jane O’Regan Kleinert, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Joy Zabala, Ph.D.
Ann-Marie Orlando, M.S., CCC-SLP (Facilitator)
To register for this pre-conference workshop, visit here and follow the steps to register for the TASH Conference, selecting the pre-conference workshop you’d like to attend from the list of sessions.