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Using Technology in the Special Ed Setting for Voice, Choice, and Rigor

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The Special Education classroom should be the place in the building that offers the most support and accommodations to a learner's needs. Many times, however, this is not the case. Join Valerie Lewis as she focuses on how teachers and schools can easily offer those supports and accommodations. She will share a variety of tech tools that allow students a choice and a voice based on their interests and passions. In addition, she will share how these tools can help teachers to assess skills based on standards that often pose a challenge for students with IEPs or 504 plans.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Special Education
Last aired on: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Special Education , Web Tool Overviews
Tags: rigor, special education, SPED, student choice, student voice

Reviews (22)

Full Member
I use a ton of technology in my resource level classes. Great seminar! Thanks.
Full Member
Thank you
Full Member
Thank you for your many ideas.
Full Member
Thank you so much this was really informative and helpful!
Full Member
Speaker well versed in topic. however, this webinar was geared more for high schoolers and assumed the viewer was familiar with all the computer terms she used. If I had been a high school teacher and knew more about computers I would of given her five slippers but because I am not I gave her three.
Full Member
Great info. Thanks!
Basic Member
Thank you for the resources!
Full Member
Very good information!
Full Member
This was an excellent presentation with quite a bit of useful resources and advice for high school teachersvery impressive. Thank you so much.
Basic Member
I really enjoyed the way this webinar is organized by Voice, Choice, & Rigor. There are so many tools to explore mentioned in this short time...and most of free! :) Thank you!
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