Intergrating Technology in the Home, Community and School Conference
Come hear from experts in the field –educators and SLPs who specialize in high tech and low tech methods to help promote teaching and communicating in the classroom, community and home!
Keynote Speaker: Kristen Schulte, Speech Pathologist, Assistive Technology Specialist at Corona-Norco Unified School District
Two tracks to choose from:
- Education. Literacy & Writing Technology including how to modify work using technology, technology include Co-Writer/Universal app data collection/Solo suite/ Word prediction/Adobe and Low Tech Solutions for the Classroom
- Augmentative Communication. Working Your Way through Proloquo2Go, Symbol hierarchy, Aided language stimulation, how to model AAC.
- And much more!
There are a wide range of technology products available for special education students. These products are designed to motivate students to learn, they can equalize education, build confidence and help these students find success.
Cost is $25 before 11/1 and $35 after 11/1; lunch is not included. Scholarships may be available to cover half the cost of the conference.Co-sponsored by:
Autism Society Inland Empire
University of Redlands – Department of Communicative Disorders
University of Redlands – School of Education