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This half-day workshop is designed for teams who have never attended an ABLE Tech AT Support Team workshop as well as for educators who want to learn the basics of quality assistive technology (AT) provision. The workshop explains how to consider and assess the AT needs for students on IEPs and will include exploration of AT in a variety of categories including communication, vision, hearing, daily living, seating, positioning, environmental controls, and learning, cognition, development. District AT Support Teams are comprised of multiple school personnel who serve students with mild to multiple disabilities and may include special education teachers, specialty personnel, and administrators representing students from elementary, middle school, and high school.
This workshop also qualifies as an AT training for Oklahoma's SSIP - State Systemic Improvement Plan. If you are serving PK - 3rd grade in Tulsa County, this workshop will not only help Oklahoma reach the SSIP goals, but will provide training to you as an educator to help improve student reading scores on the 3rd grade reading test and expand the variety of AT being used with students in Tulsa County!
Teams will complete a few follow-up activities in order to practice what is learned at the workshop and will have access to "AT Discovery Webinars" with ABLE Tech staff demonstrating AT for specific monthly topics. The AT demonstrated is also available for loan through the ABLE Tech loan program.
Past Beginner Workshops were held on September 27 at the OSU-OKC Campus and on September 29 at the Tulsa Technology Center, Sand Springs campus
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