Twitter as professional development can come with a huge learning curve. However, with the right tools and some active hashtags, there is a wealth of knowledge shared every day.
Often, those working in the area of assistive technology end up working independently without many opportunities to network and problem solve without a team of other assistive technology specialists. Thankfully, in Wisconsin, a group of specialists have came together to create a network for everyone in working in the area of assistive technology.
A wonderful short 4-minute video calling for new thinking on AT from Don Johnston
Today I attended a meeting of the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Regional Network. As I looked around the room, I spotted someone I recognized…
About 8 years ago I began teaching in the public school system. Prior to that, I had taught in a Residential Treatment Facility and an Alternative School. In each of those places, there was limited to no technology use. When I came to the public school system, I was inundated with Moodle, Google, Gaggle, and more.