OTAP Sponsored Prerecorded Webinars
On this page find:
- Breaking Down Barriers to Effective AT Implementation
- Using Evidence to Strengthen your AT Program
- Including AT in the IEP
- Pointers for Parents
Moving Forward Webinar Series
Handouts for Breaking Barriers to AT Implementation Webinar Series 1
- Support for Staff Self Evaluation (Word)
- HIAT’s Request for Support Survey Question (Word)
- Consultation Collaboration Coaching Chart (PDF)
- Breaking Barriers to AT Implementation PPT (PDF)
Part two:Using Evidence to Strengthen Your AT Program
Handouts for Part two Using Evidence to Strengthen Your AT Program
- AT Effectiveness exit survey (Word)
- HIAT's Request for Support Survey Questions (PDF)
- PPT for Using Evidence to Strengthen Your AT Program (PDF)
- Quality Indicators for Evaluation of Effectiveness (PDF)
- Research Examples (Word)
Speech Recognition as AT for Writing” is a guide to support K-12 staff as they consider, try, assess, and implement speech recognition with students who have difficulty with the transcription task-demands of writing. Specific methods to assess effectiveness and an extensive list of ideas to encourage implementation are also included.
Daniel Cochrane is the full-time assistive technology specialist/coordinator for Community Unit School District 200 in Wheaton and Warrenville, IL. He is also an adjunct instructor for the Assistive Technology Certificate Program at the University of Illinois in Chicago (UIC). He has an MA in teaching special education, an MS in Disability and Human Development from UIC with concentration in assistive technology, and maintains ATP certification from RESNA. Dan is currently chair of the RESNA Professional Standards Board that governs the ATP and ATP/SMS certification.
Webinar for Early Childhood Practitioners & Parents
All young children develop and learn when actively participating in daily routines and activities. How children process sensory information can impact appropriate motor and behavioral responses. In addition to presenting supports that work for children, this webinar will emphasize the importance of sharing 'what works' in the classroom with families, to help children 'participate' in all daily activities.
Sue Mistrett, a national voice on including children birth to eight with disabilities is currently a senior consultant to the federally funded Let's Participate! Project, which implements a proven model to increase the use of assistive technology with young children with disabilities age birth to five in Massachusetts. She has written extensively on the selection and use of assistive technologies to support the participation of young children and their families in everyday routines and activities in home, community and education settings. Her work includes weaving concepts of universal design with individual assistive technology supports to ensure the inclusion of all children in natural early childhood settings.
Hand-outs for Let's Participate
How to use Read Iris, ClaroPDF and Co Writer Apps From Kelley Wilson Eugene SD