Date: 6/22/2022 Time: 11:30 – 12:30 Location: internet Type: Webinar
We are excited to explore the new book, “Inclusive 365: Edtech Strategies for Every Day of the Year” by Christopher Bugaj, Karen Janowski, Mike Marotta and Beth Poss. During this series, participants will discuss practical daily strategies and tools that can support meaningful instruction aligned to ISTE standards. From building literacy through closed captioning to using coding to teach early literacy, you will be inspired with new ideas to help your students access more equitable and inclusive educational experiences.
- Discuss inclusive strategies and tools to support all learners in a technology centered classroom.
- Discuss how to effectively consider and select assistive technology solutions for unique learners.
- Discuss ways to support IEP teams in accommodating or modifying lessons to include unique assistive technology considerations and integrate universally designed technology into the classroom.
Session 1: Whole book overview, look at intro, review strategy categories, cross content strategies, skim and get a feel for the layout of the book.
Session 2: Focus on Reading & Writing Strategies: Pages 98-201
Session 3: Focus on STEAM, Research and Studying Strategies – pages 202-274
Session 4: Focus on Executive Functioning, Social-Emotional Learning and Professional Learning Strategies – pages 275-365
Kristin Leslie, ATP, MAT, OTR/L
Kristin Leslie is an occupational therapist and an assistive technology professional who is currently in the role of director at the Special Education Technology Center (SETC). She has worked in special education in Washington state public schools for 23 years. Her leadership role at SETC includes providing guidance to administrators, families, and school teams on assistive technology tools and best practices to remove barriers to student learning.
Sarah Kinsella, MA CCC-SLP
Sarah Kinsella is a Speech-Language Pathologist with a passion for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and supporting students with complex communication needs. She holds a Master’s degree in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences and has worked in the public school setting for 11 years. She also served as the district Assistive Technology Specialist for 7 years, working with multidisciplinary teams and families to support students with a variety of Assistive Technology and AAC needs. She is passionate about her field and thankful for the students with whom she works as they help her learn and grow along the way.
Email Sue Wright at the SETC office
The new clock hours link for the winter-spring webinar series has also been posted on the professional development page. One entry is all that is needed for the clock-hour portion of this training.