A range of low-to-high assistive technology (AT) will be explored that can support students' access to general education curricular content. In addition, a Connecticut Director of Special Education will discuss her district-level strategy for building capacity to meet the needs of secondary students with SLD/Dyslexia. The structures of secondary education will be explored, including staffing and scheduling solutions unique to middle and high school programs.
Margie Gillis, Ed.D.
President & Founder, Literacy How
Jane Lefante, M.S. Ed., CAPS
Assistive Technology Specialist
New England Assistive Technology (NEAT), at Oak Hill
Allison Van Etten
Director of Special Services
Stonington Public Schools
Webinar Documents & Downloads
- Session Powerpoint
- Assessing Students' Needs for Assistive Technology (2009).pdf
- CT Assistive Technology Guidelines.pdf
- District Management Journal Article.pdf
- Tech Tools for Students with DYSLEXIA.pdf
- UDL handout.pdf