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Webinars

Check out our upcoming webinars with accessibility, edtech and industry experts from around the world.

  • Shake Up Inclusive Learning: Kasey Bell & Mike Marotta discuss a student-centered future



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  • One Student at a Time to Universal Design: First Steps & the Path Ahead


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  • How We Equipped All Students with Tools to Access the Curriculum at Minneapolis Public Schools


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  • Testing Accommodations: How to Support Students on the State Assessment


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  • Dysgraphia and Writing Challenges: Powerful Approaches that Improve Written Communication


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  • Encouraging Autonomy: Executive Function Tools to Promote Independent Learning


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    Independent learning benefits everyone. From building student confidence to lessening staff burden, it’s particularly helpful during school years that may feel a little overwhelming.

    For students with executive function challenges, relying on others for help keeps independent learning out of reach. When staff isn’t available for one-on-one support, it may keep learning itself out of reach.

    Various tech tools can bridge those challenges, and Diana Petschauer, founder of Assistive Technology for Education, can tell you what they are and how to implement them, even if you’re short on time, staff, and resources. Along with her colleague, Laurie McIntosh, tools and strategies will be taught to leverage student training to promote independent learning.


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