Presented by Sue Braithwaite, PK-12 Literacy Supervisor, Saint Paul Public Schools (MN); and Kyle Wagner, Ph.D., NCSP, Research Associate, Illuminate Education
Presented by Kathleen Colburn, Senior Product Manager, Read&Write; and Diana Petschauer, Managing Director and AT Consultant, Assistive Technology for Education
Presented by Nanci K. Shepardson, M.S.Ed., Ed.S. W.D.P., Senior Educational Technologist, Wilson Language Training
This edWebinar will explore ways to integrate assistive technology (AT) into virtual instruction that can benefit struggling readers in their general education classes as well as their special education services.
In this edWebinar, you’ll experience demonstrations of various free and low-cost tools that support anywhere, anytime reading for students of all abilities, whether they are learning in the classroom or on couches.
Assistive technology teachers working at schools in the Fairfax County, VA school district, one of the largest in the United States, are finding that the use of audiobooks is improving access to grade-level content while also developing the love of reading that motivates many students to continue improving.
This edWebinar will take an insightful look into what struggling readers know they need but can’t always explain. Administrators will gain an understanding of how their students feel and will learn practical ways to support their academic and social-emotional development.
In this edWebinar, join two of FCPS’ assistive technology team leaders for a panel presentation with time for questions and answers.
This edWebinar will help educators understand the relationship between the Spanish language and phonological processing and support students.
When we “flip” the learning, and have students present to educators in our edWebinars, it’s a great example of how much we can learn from our students. In a recent edWebinar, Turn Struggling Readers Into Leaders Using Assistive Technology, Gavin and Marley, two middle school students, along with dyslexia specialist Dana Blackaby, presented on their use of assistive technology that helps struggling readers. We wanted to know how they felt about playing the role of teacher to a crowd of over 800 attendees.