Training Type: Implementation Workshop
All students are legally required access to the general education curricula, including students with significant disabilities. Join us as we learn how to utilize Boardmaker templates to create activities focused on bridging learner’s differentiated needs, including access to educational standards and goals. This hands-on course will provide an overview of legal requirements and facilitate participant’s ability to create a wide variety of accessible activities designed to promote communication, education, self-help, and behavioral skill development. Learners will leave with differentiated activities created during the session.
Upon successful completion, participants should be able to:
· Identify 2 legal requirements pertaining to general curriculum access for students with disabilities
· Demonstrate ability to select and edit a template from Boardmaker
· Create 3 accessible activities utilizing Boardmaker templates
· Identify a template that addresses communication skill development
Check-in begins at 8:00 am
NOTE: Please bring your own fully-charged laptop to participate!
School Services Center USD 259
3850 North Hydraulic
Wichita KS 67219
Contact: Julia Dodge Julia.Dodge@tobiidynavox.com (314) 914-1450
Participants are expected to be present for the entire program. Individuals who are not present for the full program will not be recommended for ASHA CEUs. No partial credit will be provided.
Registration on a computer rather than a mobile device is recommended.
This course will be offered for 0.5 ASHA CEUs (Introductory level, Professional Area).
Course Content Level: Introductory
ASHA CEUs: 0.5
Date & Time: Tuesday, July 21, 2020 09:00 AM - 03:30 PM CT
Location:School Services Center USD 259 3850 North Hydraulic, Wichita, Kansas 67219, United States
Cost: Free of Charge
Open Seats: 98
Presenter: Ashlyn Hudson
Ashlyn holds a Master’s in Education with focus on special education and assessment from Texas Woman’s University and a Master’s of Occupational Therapy from University of Texas Medical Branch. She has served many roles in her career, including special education teacher, lead evaluator, transition specialist, special education coordinator, and more recently pediatric occupational therapist in both school and home health settings. Throughout her career, Ashlyn has maintained a passion for promoting independence, access, and participation in all settings of life while working with individuals with a wide variety of diagnoses from birth to adulthood.