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(Note: Although this webinar series is specifically designed for Pediatricians, the resources listed below provide valuable information for educators, health care professionals and parents as well.) The UConn UCEDD is collaborating with the Connecticut Department of Developmental Services and the Hezekiah Beardsley Connecticut Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics to offer a webinar series […]
PresenceLearning Launches New (Free) Winter-Spring 2017 Webinar Series Focused on Big Ideas for Transformation in Special Education
PresenceLearning, creator of the leading network of teletherapy providers in education, is launching a free, three-part webinar series for special education leaders and clinicians focused on big, new ideas that can positively impact student development, outcomes, and long term success. For the first webinar on February 14, 2017, scholar, author, and speaker Dr. Lori Desautels […]
ATIA has just announced its summer/fall webinar lineup! The all-new lineup features a range of AT topics, including proposed rules on website accessibility, switch activities for independence, and apps to assist with memory tasks. The following are just some of the great opportunities available to you to advance your AT skills in 2016.
Co:Writer Universal … With Speech Recognition! Co:Writer Universal uses grammar- and vocabulary-smart word prediction to help students write better across devices (Chromebooks, iPads, and Mac/Windows desktops). And now built-in speech recognition adds an entirely new way students can get their ideas out! Wednesday, February 10, 2016; 12:00pm – 12:30pm Central How uPAR Data is Leading to […]
The course will be moderated by Beth Poss from October 20, 2015 – November 6, 2015. This three week course will cover mobile technology tools for children from birth to 8 years old. Beth Poss is a Center on Technology and Disability faculty member and the course is designed to give early childhood educators and parents […]
AbleNet’s first online professional development course eLearning: The Facilitated IEP is a self-paced 3-month online course; is a cost-effective professional development opportunity that is designed for all staff that are part of the IEP process and includes vital and proven techniques and processes for running successful IEP meetings. The IEP meeting a mandated process for […]
ii-Music is a new musical instrument for eyegaze, designed to be played with your eyes. It operates using cursor position and “dwell to click” meaning that you can use it with almost any cursor control-based system, including head-trackers. No need to read music or
The AssistiveTechnologyCenter has created a YouTube channel to gather videos of students actually using, and talking about AT. They’re organized by
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy today announced the launch of http://www.PEATworks.org — a comprehensive Web portal spearheaded by ODEP’s Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology. From educational articles to interactive tools, the website’s content aims to help employers and the technology industry adopt accessible technology as part of […]
A New Three-Part Fall Webinar Series for Special Education Administrators Presented by PresenceLearning.
First SPEDexpectations webinar on September 23rd, 2014 will help administrators navigate ever-changing legal landscape. SAN FRANCISCO, August 25, 2014 – Special education administrators are responsible for ensuring that students with special needs receive a free and appropriate public education. However, an ever-evolving legal environment leaves school districts vulnerable to legal blunders when developing and implementing […]