Webinars present powerful and proven strategies to help children function at their full potential.
What are the best strategies for supporting your children and students with their writing?
What is the best way of checking progress and deciding if your teaching strategies and technology tools are working?
Join online training and support sessions where you will learn how you can best support your children and help them become independent, effective, and motivated writers.
Learn about how movement and rhythm, when used in a structured and planned way, can have a significant impact on learning and achievement.
Getting children ready to write! A wide range of strategies (technology and non-tech.) to help kids prepare for effective writing.
Typing Training - A Rhythm and Hand-Function approach
Learn about an online system that is based on children's development of hand function and fine motor skills. Also, learn about the effect of rhythm and sound on teaching efficiency of typing skills.
A structured and scaffold approach to training speech recognition for effective writing. We will explore and demonstrate the various speech recognition programs available.
Making writing FUN, and increasing motivation to write.
Parent and Educator Discussions
Let's meet and talk about challenges and strategies. We can learn from each other.
NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND TRENDS!
Exciting developments in technology and new directions which offer unprecedented opportunities for independence and participation. A webinar for anyone interested in how technology can have a significant impact for all people with varied needs (all of us).
Training by Bridgette Nicholson
Assistive Technology Consultant
Bridgette Nicholson has been an occupational therapist and assistive technology consultant for over 32 years. She provides consultation services for school districts in the field of assistive technology for students with special needs, for both high and low incidence students. Services and training have included presentations on a variety of topics related to assistive technology and Universal Design for Learning for school districts, organizations, and conferences. She develops informational websites and online tools for educators and students in general and special education.