NEW Virtual AT Certificate Course
This Assistive Technology (AT) Certificate Course uses thorough instruction and exercises that teach participants how to assess and support K-12 students with curriculum access needs.
The course does not include AAC.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The most successful districts have a plan for participant’s role in their organization, prior to attending the course. If you need help creating a plan Susan is happy to help you.
The ideal participant will be a key AT Assessor, or is current AT Assessor, who would like further training specifically, in school-based AT.
WHAT TO EXPECT?
This course is demanding and rewarding. It requires time and attention.
Participants will assess student AT needs, using a range of tools, and write defensible reports.
It is important to choose highly motivated individuals and provide administrative support.
WHY IS THIS COURSE UNIQUE?
- The Focus is ONLY on education, schools, and special ed law
- Personal attention & individual coaching
- Small group size, maximum 8 participants
Participants will demonstrate their understanding of:
- software that meets a range of curriculum access needs including; word prediction, text to speech, internet access, reducing text complexity & organization
- benefits of commercial and free software tools
- comparing student needs with and without AT
- special ed law governing AT and curriculum access accommodations
additionally, successful certificate recipients will:
- write 2-3 defensible reports that reflect findings— trials, recommendations and implementation utilize resources for support and locate listservs, and groups of AT Specialists
- Activities Assistive Technology (AT)
- Class Sizes
- Years Old
- Available Seats 0