The Changing Roles of AT Teams

This Course begins on January 6, 2021 and runs through April 28, 2021
The registration period has closed for this event.

Live Webinar schedule

  • Webinar 1: January 6, 2021 12:00 PM Eastern time

  • Webinar 2: February 17, 2021 12:00 PM Eastern time

  • Webinar 3: March 17, 2021 12:00 PM Eastern time

  • Webinar 4: April 21, 2021 12:00 PM Eastern time


Register
Registration open through 12/30/2020 11:30 PM Central Time (US & Canada)

Course Description
This course entitled The Changing Role of AT Teams is an online course for district-level AT Teams. It is an asynchronous course consisting of 8 modules and includes four live webinars. The Winter, 2020 online course will run from January 6, 2021 to April 28, 2021

The course includes videos, activities, asynchronous discussion forums and webinar meetings on the following topics:
AT service models
Differentiating AT services
Documenting AT services
Administrative supports
Professional development
Remote services
On-demand resources
Outreach

Four live webinars are included as part of the course to address questions, and discuss ideas concerns with other AT team members.

Continuing Education
Continuing Education: Hours - 16

Financials
Registration is $495.00

Instructors

Gayl Bowser's work as an independent consultant focuses on the integration of technology into the educational programs of students with disabilities. In the public school setting she has been a general education teacher, a special education teacher and a school administrator. Currently, Ms. Bowser provides assistive technology consultation, training coaching and mentoring throughout the United States and internationally.

Formerly the Coordinator of the Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP) and the State of Oregon's Specialist in Assistive Technology, She has co-authored numerous publications about assistive technology services including Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology: A comprehensive guide to assistive technology services; Education Tech Points: A Framework for Assistive Technology; Assistive Technology Pointers for Parents; and The Assistive Technology Trainer's Handbook.

Ms. Bowser has a Masters of Science in Education degree from the University of Iowa and is a member of the leadership team of the Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology (QIAT) Consortium. Gayl Bowser has been the recipient of Oregon CEC's Teacher of the Year Award and the Service Award of the National Technology and Medial Division of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC TAM) and was named one of Oregon's Distinguished Educators by the Milken Family Foundation.

Denise DeCoste, Ed.D., OTR is an occupational therapist and a special educator with over 25 years of experience in the field of assistive technology (AT). For 22 years, she was an assistive technology team leader for the Montgomery County Maryland Public Schools (InterACT and HIAT Teams). Recently, she was the governor appointed chair of the Maryland UDL Task Force. Denise is the author of three books on assistive technology. She presents at national conferences and lectures regularly in school districts across the country on AT related topics.

 


Location

Zoom links will be sent after registration.


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