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AT Journey: Stop #2 Understanding the Fundamentals of Assistive Technology

Assistive technology (AT), defined as anything that supports learners in doing things they would not otherwise be able to do, can provide the traction learners need to succeed but is often intimidating to educators who think of it as very specialized. Staff participating in the AT Journey will be empowered to individually consider, select and implement AT for their students, yet also recognize when additional perspectives (e.g., teacher, administrator, itinerant staff, paraprofessional, parent, etc.) are critical to this process. Stop #2 identifies common AT myths, provides important definitions, and explores the differences but integrative nature of assistive technology, instructional technology, education technology, and curriculum and instruction.

30 minutes
Credit Eligible
10 ratings
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