Description

Every Assistive Tech Specialist, Special Education Director, ESL Coordinator and Educator these days are looking for creative ways to bridge those pesky gaps between paper and digital curriculum to give their students more access and simple solutions. This session is great for looking at a tool box approach to improve reading outcomes for students with dyslexia, low vision, ESL, reading differences or delayed readers. We will be discussing: how audio promotes literacy, Dyslexia and Assistive Tech overview, the benefits of using Scanning Pens, testimonials from your peer groups nationwide, creative ways educators across the country are implementing them in their districts, schools and classrooms to have more engaged students in an inclusive environment, we will review the results of a recent University study, interesting ways schools are using specific features of the ReaderPen, helpful dyslexia websites for support in each state as well as reviewing different funding sources. We’re going to try to keep it a fun and upbeat learning session and will have ability for a hands on session type session because we all know we learn best by doing things for ourselves.

Date and Time:

  • October 2, 2019
  • 9:30 am – 10:30 am

Format:

company-affiliated demonstration

Category:

instruction, literacy & inclusion

Subject Level:

all

Computer Level:

n/a

Hands-On:

B.Y.O.D.

Presenter(s)