The Practical (and Fun) Guide to Assistive Technology in Public Schools: Building or Improving Your Districtt available in Paperback
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- International Society for Tech in Ed.
From setting up a stellar team to consultations and evaluations, and from implementation to assessing success, this guide presents detailed advice and ideas to provide assistive technology (AT) services that effectively and efficiently help students. The nuts and bolts of each area are presented in a practical way (with amusing metaphors thrown in for good measure) so that you can directly apply what's in the book and see tangible results.
|Publisher:||International Society for Tech in Ed.|
|Product dimensions:||6.90(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Sally Norton-Darr is an assistive technology trainer for Loudoun County Public Schools and a nationally certified speech-language pathologist. After earning degrees from Pennsylvania State University, she went on to work in a variety of settings, including public schools in Utah and Virginia, for the state of New Jersey as a director of speech therapies, and in private practice. Norton-Darr presents on high- and low-tech AT topics both nationally and regionally.