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Classroom Suite 5, Part 5: Advanced Writing Tips and Tricks

In this workshop, participants will learn how to make the most of the writing supports in Classroom Suite. Ranging from supported writers ready to move forward from the errorless writing templates to advanced writers using word prediction. Participants will learn how to modify a pre-created multi-toolbar writing activity as well as optimizing user settings for the writing process.

Matthew Press

Matthew Press

OT, ATP

Matthew Press is an occupational therapist and assistive technology practitioner. He has practiced in the field of occupational therapy since 1999 and has focused in assistive technology since 2002, earning his ATP in 2003. Matthew regularly presents at state and national conferences. He has taught courses in assistive technology at Adventist University, Northern Arizona University, AT Still University, and the University of Florida. He currently works in the Pendergast School District as an Assistive Technology Coordinator. Matthew is the developer of the Classroom Suite Reading Tutor and has done numerous workshops on classroom suite for the past 5 years. In his current job, he regularly uses Classroom Suite, creating materials for classroom staff, and training others on how to implement in their classrooms.

Intermediate

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Classroom Suite 5, Part 4: Publishing Activities and Creating Units (Functional Skills) Using Primary Skills Builder

In this workshop, participants will learn how to use Primary Skills Builder to make units of activities that work well in a functional skills classroom. After creating the activities, we will create a thematic unit that comprehensively utilizes several of the templates that were published.

Matthew Press

Matthew Press

OT, ATP

Matthew Press is an occupational therapist and assistive technology practitioner. He has practiced in the field of occupational therapy since 1999 and has focused in assistive technology since 2002, earning his ATP in 2003. Matthew regularly presents at state and national conferences. He has taught courses in assistive technology at Adventist University, Northern Arizona University, AT Still University, and the University of Florida. He currently works in the Pendergast School District as an Assistive Technology Coordinator. Matthew is the developer of the Classroom Suite Reading Tutor and has done numerous workshops on classroom suite for the past 5 years. In his current job, he regularly uses Classroom Suite, creating materials for classroom staff, and training others on how to implement in their classrooms.

Intermediate

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Classroom Suite 5, Part 3: Custom Switch Access

In this workshop, participants will learn how to create/modify activities to enhance switch access. A primary focus will be on advanced programming tips to learn how to include and exclude items from being scanned during an activity, making it functional for students with significant disabilities. The workshop will utilize activities downloaded from the activity exchange and modifying them to meet your student’s scanning needs.

Matthew Press

Matthew Press

OT, ATP

Matthew Press is an occupational therapist and assistive technology practitioner. He has practiced in the field of occupational therapy since 1999 and has focused in assistive technology since 2002, earning his ATP in 2003. Matthew regularly presents at state and national conferences. He has taught courses in assistive technology at Adventist University, Northern Arizona University, AT Still University, and the University of Florida. He currently works in the Pendergast School District as an Assistive Technology Coordinator. Matthew is the developer of the Classroom Suite Reading Tutor and has done numerous workshops on classroom suite for the past 5 years. In his current job, he regularly uses Classroom Suite, creating materials for classroom staff, and training others on how to implement in their classrooms.

Intermediate

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Classroom Suite 5, Part 2: Publishing Activities and Creating Units (Academic)

In this workshop, participants will learn the tips and tricks to publishing activities and creating units. We will focus on the pre-planning considerations that go into creating a successful unit as well as look at some example navigation techniques to build into a unit to make it support student learning as independently as possible. Units are the building blocks for assigning larger amounts of work to students and allow the student to move through the work in a nonlinear format based on their performance.

Matthew Press

Matthew Press

OT, ATP

Matthew Press is an occupational therapist and assistive technology practitioner. He has practiced in the field of occupational therapy since 1999 and has focused in assistive technology since 2002, earning his ATP in 2003. Matthew regularly presents at state and national conferences. He has taught courses in assistive technology at Adventist University, Northern Arizona University, AT Still University, and the University of Florida. He currently works in the Pendergast School District as an Assistive Technology Coordinator. Matthew is the developer of the Classroom Suite Reading Tutor and has done numerous workshops on classroom suite for the past 5 years. In his current job, he regularly uses Classroom Suite, creating materials for classroom staff, and training others on how to implement in their classrooms.

Intermediate

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Classroom Suite 5, Part 1: Intro to Classroom Suite

In this workshop, participants will learn the scope of what Classroom Suite can do. It will provide a thorough overview of the range of activities and supports that are available within the software. Participants will walk away with a broad understanding of the different templates and capabilities that are built into this powerful classroom tool.

Matthew Press

Matthew Press

OT, ATP

Matthew Press is an occupational therapist and assistive technology practitioner. He has practiced in the field of occupational therapy since 1999 and has focused in assistive technology since 2002, earning his ATP in 2003. Matthew regularly presents at state and national conferences. He has taught courses in assistive technology at Adventist University, Northern Arizona University, AT Still University, and the University of Florida. He currently works in the Pendergast School District as an Assistive Technology Coordinator. Matthew is the developer of the Classroom Suite Reading Tutor and has done numerous workshops on classroom suite for the past 5 years. In his current job, he regularly uses Classroom Suite, creating materials for classroom staff, and training others on how to implement in their classrooms.

Beginner

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Developing Lifelong Leisure Skills for Individuals with Multiple Disabilities: Purposeful Use of Switches and Other Assistive Technology in the Classroom

This session will focus on incorporating the use of switches and other assistive technology into classroom and home activities with a long-term purpose of creating independence for the students once they are adults. The goal for using switches is for more than “hitting the switch,” but in making the switch a part of the student’s repertoire for self-sufficiency and independence for life.

Jodi Click

Jodi Click

Jodi Click is a Special Education Coordinator for Goodwill Education Initiatives in Indiana and a private Assistive Technology/AAC Consultant. She has over 15 years experience working with teens and adults with severe & multiple disabilities, autism, and emotional disabilities in various school and adult service settings, as a teacher, consultant, and case coordinator. She triple-majored in Special Education, Music Therapy, and Music Education at University of Evansville and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Assistive Technology. Jodi is often found wearing her Super Teacher cape in the classroom and while leading IEP conferences.

Beginner

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Developing Lifelong Leisure Skills for Individuals with Multiple Disabilities: An Overview of Fun Activities for the Classroom

This session will be an overview of leisure skills students may need once they reach adulthood, with ties to activities and lesson goals that can begin as early as preschool to ensure these skills are developed. Simple and fun activity ideas for the classroom and home will be provided, with information about additional resources for materials and ideas.

Jodi Click

Jodi Click

Jodi Click is a Special Education Coordinator for Goodwill Education Initiatives in Indiana and a private Assistive Technology/AAC Consultant. She has over 15 years experience working with teens and adults with severe & multiple disabilities, autism, and emotional disabilities in various school and adult service settings, as a teacher, consultant, and case coordinator. She triple-majored in Special Education, Music Therapy, and Music Education at University of Evansville and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Assistive Technology. Jodi is often found wearing her Super Teacher cape in the classroom and while leading IEP conferences.

Beginner

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Using Assistive Technology To Support Strategies with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Unique challenges to communicating and learning for students with autism spectrum disorders can often be met with assistive technology, including the use of voice output communication devices. Such technology can serve to foster the development and implementation of relevant and meaningful support strategies to allow students to gain new skills.

Brenda Britton

Brenda Britton

M.A.Ed

Brenda Britton has over 15 years of experience as a special educator. Her classroom career has been spent primarily as a center-based teacher of students with moderate to severe disabilities, as well as those with autism spectrum disorders, both at the elementary and secondary level. Brenda holds a Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in reading instruction, recently earned a certificate in autism spectrum disorders, and has conducted regional and national presentations and teacher training sessions across the country.

Beginner/Intermediate

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All About Computer Access: Adaptations and Alternatives to the Standard Keyboard and Mouse

Sorting through all of the options available in computer access can be a challenging portion of providing information to educators, therapists, consumers, parents and others interested in assistive technology products for computer access. This hour will be an introduction and demonstration of the feature options in computer input, processing and output that pertain to people with physical disabilities, health impairments, and/or cognitive disabilities.

Kelly Fonner

Kelly Fonner

Kelly is a self-employed consultant and trainer in assistive and educational technology. Since 1986, she has presented to schools, universities & families in 45 states & internationally in Australia, Canada and South Africa. Kelly has been working with individuals with disabilities since the mid 70s and with assistive technologies since 1983. Her teaching experiences have been as a teacher assistant, teacher and instructional media specialist in early childhood, preschool and school age programs. She worked 8 years as a consultant with PennTech, the state-wide technology project supported by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Kelly has a B.S. in special education from Millersville University, an M.S. in educational technology with a minor in special education/rehabilitation technology from The Johns Hopkins University, and holds an Assistive Technology Applications Certificate of Learning from California State University - Northridge.

Beginner/Intermediate

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The Importance Of Customizing Your AAC App – What Is Possible And What You Should Consider

There are many hundreds of communication apps on the market and identifying the best fit to meet the needs of an individual user can be, well – complicated! Perhaps what we should consider is how well an app can be customized to meet those needs and create that perfect fit. This webinar will focus on what considerations to take into account when it comes to customization – what age is the user? What is the ability of the user? Does the user have a visual impairment? Does the user require a switch? We will then demonstrate a range of settings within Therapy Box’s own apps that demonstrate how AAC apps can be adjusted for a range of requirements.

Rebecca Bright

Rebecca Bright

BSpPath MRCSLT regHPC MASLTIP

Rebecca Bright is a speech and language therapist with over 11 years experience in working with adults with neurological communication disabilities. In 2011 Rebecca, a co-founder of TBoxApps, launched Predictable and Scene & Heard, both award winning AAC apps for the iPad. In 2012, TBoxApps have launched Predictable in 5 more languages and on the Android platform. Rebecca regularly presents workshops in Europe on how speech and language therapists and educators can use tablet technology in their practice.

Beginner

AAC | SGD | App

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