Thursday, August 13, 2009

ATIA Webinars

In preparation for their 2009 Chicago conference, ATIA is offering a series of free Webinars on Assistive Technology. Some of the topics include:

Weaving the Threads of Communication- CHICAGO PRE-CONFERENCE PREVIEW
Presenter: Marsye W. Kaplan, M.S., CCC-SLP, ATP, Assistive Technology Team Leader, Baltimore County Public Schools

Selecting Software for Students with Learning Disabilities: An Instructional Resource
Presenter: Jayme Johnson, Web Accessibility Instructor, High Tech Center Training Unit of the California Community Colleges

Stirring the Alphabet Soup: Blending AT, UDL, RTI, and AIM to Increase Achievement
Presenters: Joy Zabala, Ed.D., ATP, CAST (Center for Applied Special Technology): Diana Carl, Independent Consultant, Vicki Hershman, PATINS State Project Director (Indiana), Indiana Department of Education/Division of Student Learning/Office of
Differentiated Learners (Joy is one of the creators of the SETT Framework)

AIMing for Achievement!: What YOU Need to Know about the Selection, Acquisition, and Use of Accessible Instructional Materials - CHICAGO PRE-CONFERENCE PREVIEW
Presenters: Jeff Diedrich, Michigan Integrated Technology Services; Skip Stahl, CAST (Center for Applied Special Technology); Jenna Wasson Gravel, CAST; Joy Zabala, Ed.D., ATP, CAST

You can register here at the ATIA website. I know it's late notice, and the first one is today, but if you have time I suggest you check them out.


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