Dyslexia & Dysgraphia
Universal Design for Learning
Learning is For Life
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Adoption and usage of AT tools are two of the hardest hurdles to overcome, according to Chad Counts from Charleston County School District in South Carolina. But with the protocols and procedures they were able to implement district-wide, great strides have been made towards their UDL goals.
In this webinar, Kate and Chad will discuss how they:
Assistive Technology Specialist for Charleston County School District in Charleston, South Carolina. I’ve been in education for 20 years. I began as a teacher assistant, then Special Education Teacher, and for the last 9 years as an AT Specialist in areas of reading & writing. I have my Masters Degree and am Nationally Board Certified. I enjoy working with teachers, school administration, support staff, and parents to build capacity for AT, but most importantly I love working with students to help them become independent and successful in their gen ed classrooms.
Assistive Technology Specialist for Charleston County School District in Charleston, South Carolina. I’ve been in education for 14 years. I began as an Elementary resource teacher, then a high school resource teacher and for the last 4 years an AT Specialist in area of reading. I have my Masters Degree in Special Education with a focus in Learning Disabilities. I love working with students and helping them become life long learners. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my friends and family, traveling, and going out on the boat.