Technology Tools & Strategies to Support Literacy & Executive Function; Part 3 of 3
November 10, 2022
Engage and Include ALL Learners, Including Neurodiverse Learners & Learners with disabilities. Executive Function & Literacy challenges can limit functional capabilities in all areas of occupation for Neurodiverse individuals with Dyslexia, ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Autism, Nonverbal Learning disabilities, as well as other disabilities. Students & adults alike can experience difficulties that lead to frustration and shutdown or other behaviors. Executive Function & Literacy skills are also necessary for Successful Transition to Middle School, High School, Post-Secondary Education, the Workplace, and the Community. Join this engaging webinar series to learn Technologies, Tools & Implementation Strategies to promote Autonomy, Confidence, and Independence! Leverage technology to support more learners, especially if you are short-staffed. Utilizing these technologies supports UDL, Accessible learning environments & personalized learning, as well as remediation, differentiation, and accommodation. Many of the technologies shared also support learners who are low vision/ blind and learners with CVI, physical disabilities, and ID. Parents can benefit from attending and utilizing the recording to support their child with homework as well as tools for the classroom, home school, or virtual learning. If you are a staff professional, consultant, therapist, or coach, these skills & tools will add to your knowledge and toolkit for working with students and families. College students & adult learners will benefit from attending and learning hands-on! All webinars will be recorded & shared with registered participants.
This webinar series will explore a wealth of Tools & Strategies for Organization, Time Management, Focus & Attention, Reading & Writing support, including comprehension & written expression, Accessible Educational Materials (AEM), Math, Short Term & Working Memory, Research, and Study Skills, Note-Taking & More.