Dyslexia & Dysgraphia
Universal Design for Learning
Learning is For Life
by filling out this form
“More than anything, I just wanted to learn and fit in. I felt embarrassed and frustrated by always needing somebody to help me.”
-Madeline Pochron, Pre-K teacher & former special education student
Independent learning benefits everyone. From building student confidence to lessening staff burden, it’s particularly helpful during school years that may feel a little overwhelming.
For students with executive function challenges, relying on others for help keeps independent learning out of reach. When staff isn’t available for one-on-one support, it may keep learning itself out of reach.
Various tech tools can bridge those challenges, and Diana Petschauer, founder of Assistive Technology for Education, can tell you what they are and how to implement them, even if you’re short on time, staff, and resources. Along with her colleague, Laurin McIntosh, tools and strategies will be taught to leverage student training to promote independent learning.
In this webinar, participants will:
is the Managing Director and Founder of Assistive Technology for Education. She worked in Special Education in a public school setting for over 15 years, and continues to fulfill her vision of providing high quality, effective, and personal Assistive Technology Services to students and adults, for all ages and environments as needed.
joined AT for Education & Access4Employment after working as an OT (occupational therapist) in public schools and private practice for 38 years. Her primary experience has been working with school teams to provide accessible educational materials, specially designed instruction, and computer access to students with physical disabilities, learning disabilities, dyslexia, intellectual disabilities, and autism.