Sunday, September 14, 2008

CEC can assist with your assistive technology needs

Web Seminars

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1. Call our Constituent Services Unit at 1-888-232-7733 or 1-703-620-3660
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*Assistive Technology Three-week Series
Considering the Need for Assistive Technology within the IEP Click to register
Sep. 11, 2008
4:00- 5:45 PM EST
Presenter: Tara Jeffs

Learn a process for considering assistive technology (AT) as part of the IEP process; receive answers to questions about using AT in school settings; and get resources on where to find additional information. This online seminar also provides essential updates on the reauthorized IDEA (2004) as it relates to assistive technology.

Planning for Classroom Implementation of Assistive Technology Click to register
Sep. 18, 2008
4:00- 5:45 PM EST
Presenter: Margaret Bausch

Once the IEP team has determined the need for AT, it is their responsibility to ensure that it is implemented correctly. Learn practical ways to ensure that students with disabilities receive appropriate AT devices and/or services. This online seminar is based on the AT Planning Kit.

Using Technology to Provide Access to the General Ed Curriculum Click to register
Sep. 25, 2008
4:00- 5:45 PM EST
Presenters: John Castellani & Tara Jeffs

Discover technology-based practices for teaching history and enhancing literacy and written language in inclusive classrooms. National experts offer practical ideas on how to help students with disabilities access the general curriculum.

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