How to Read & Write Defensible AT Reports
As an Administrator you want to be able to read any AT report and determine if it is appropriate, complete and can be implemented. Often Independent AT Assessments are requested yet you wonder if the report and recommendations are appropriate.
6 hours in one day live or virtually in 3-two hour segments.
In this 3-hour or 6 -hour workshop, you will be introduced to a basic rubric for AT reports with emphasis on critical information. You will see reports written from a variety of sources with examples from districts who have taken the report format and made it their own.
Truly an interactive workshop, participants are encouraged to bring examples they or others have written, or send them in advance to use as examples for discussion (without any identification of origin). All participants will receive models and samples digitally and in print to use immediately.
The 3 hour version of the workshop is more of a show-and-tell with examples. The 6 hour version offers opportunities to practice. Multiple report models are used and participants review them. Participants are welcomed to submit either their reports or reports they have received (identifying information dictated) to review. There is no critique of reports (all reports are written with the best intentions) the focus is on use of the rubric and determining if the referral questions have been answered.
- Duration 3 or 6 hours
- Activities Assistive Technology (AT)
- Class Sizes
- Years Old
- Available Seats 40