Technology Supports for Engaging Students with UDL

Tuesday, May 14, 2019 3:30 - 4:30 PM Eastern Time Zone

Webinar Type: Live Broadcast
Webinar Code: AT19-WEB13-LB
Webinar Fee: $
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Overview

Are your students engaged in the learning activities in your classroom? What does it mean to be engaged? How can you get students interested? How can you encourage them to sustain that interest?

In this webinar, we will briefly review the first UDL principle, “provide multiple means of engagement,” in today’s diverse classrooms. We will explore technology tools and supports for gaining learners’ attention and interest, keeping learners involved, and supporting the development of self-assessment and reflection. Participants will be provided with resources to help begin/continue on their UDL journey.

In this webinar, we will review Bitboard, ChoiceBoard Creator, Padlet, Popplet, Plickers, Go Noodle and Google Tools. In addition, we will be sharing information about Sarah Ward’s Get Ready – Do – Done Model.

Learning Objectives

  1. Explain the Engagement principle of Universal Design for Learning.
  2. Identify at least 2 technology tools/supports for recruiting students’ interest.
  3. Identify at least 2 technology tools/supports for sustaining interest and persistence.
  4. Identify at least 2 technology tools/supports to support the development of self-assessment and reflection.

Speakers

Lynda Hartman

Educator/Consultant
Northern Suburban Special Education District
Lynda Hartman has an M.A. in Special Education (Learning Disabilities) and an M.L.S. in Assistive Technology (AT). She is an Educator/Consultant on the Integrated Technology Support Team at NSSED. Lynda has taught students across the continuum of environments and age levels. She designed/taught an undergraduate AT class, presents webinars and presents/facilitates workshops on various topics across Illinois and at state/national conferences.
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Speaker Non-Financial Relationship Disclosure: No

Mary Coletto

Instructional/AAC Coach
Northern Suburban Special Education District
Mary-Kelsey Coletto is an Instructional Coach at NSSED. Previously, she worked in NSSED's Education & Life Skills Program as a staff SLP and as an AAC Coach on the Integrated Technology Support Team. Mary-Kelsey has an M.A. in speech-language pathology and holds her CCC-SLP, state licensure, and PEL.
Speaker Financial Relationship Disclosure: No
Speaker Non-Financial Relationship Disclosure: No

Strand

Education/Learning - Birth-21 includes Severe Multiple Disabilities

Target Audience

AT Professionals, Educators, OTs

Experience Level

All

Content Area

Basic Communication Process Area

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