For students with disabilities, AT can be necessary for providing access to the curriculum. #ATAwarenessDay
Thank you, TechOWL, for your dynamic dedication to raising AT awareness and providing technology recommendations along the way.
In this latest COVID-19 Issue Brief, AT3 Center highlights the activities of the New Jersey, Idaho, and US Virgin Islands AT Act Programs to support remote learning.
Thanks to Stacy Driscoll, Program Coordinator for the NH AT Program (ATinNH), for these tips for how to ensure your next Zoom meeting or webinar is accessible to all, including participants with disabilities.
Makers of assistive technology (AT) software are stepping up during the COVID-19 crisis.
Educators! You’re building the plane while flying it, we know. Here’s a starting place for keeping in mind your students with disabilities who use assistive technology to access the curriculum.
Reading together with the strategies and tools encouraged by the Tar Heel Shared Reader helps develop the knowledge necessary for eventual reading success.
Do you have a student who needs access to e-books (perhaps to both hear and see text), but does not qualify for Learning Ally or Bookshare?
I was diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) when I was entering sixth grade. One of the accommodations on my individualized education plan (IEP) was to have text read aloud. It helped tremendously.
Devices, gadgets, apps, and wearables to help manage stress and anxiety in all environments.