Inclusive Learning 365 Part 1: Creating a Culture of Inclusivity

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Presented By: Christopher Bugaj, MA CCC‐SLP / Karen Janowski, M.S. ED / Mike Marotta, ATP / Beth Poss M.A., CCC/SLP, M.S Education

You won’t want to miss this—four of the top inclusion/accessibility experts team up to share new strategies for inclusion.
Their simple inclusive practices are designed to ignite classroom engagement and real outcomes for diverse learners who have IEPs, 504 plans, multilingual backgrounds, and learning struggles.

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Join Chris, Karen, Mike, and Beth as they explore a range of edtech strategies to encourage ALL students to take charge of their own learning. You’ll walk away with:

  • Inclusive practices that help you design educational experiences that meet the unique needs of every learner
  • Strategies that work across reading, writing, STEAM, research & studying, executive function, social-emotional learning, and professional learning
  • Useful tips that focus on the strategy first, then tools to support learner engagement and success

Come ready to virtually share and collaborate!

About the Presenter

Christopher Bugaj, MA CCC‐SLP

is a founding member of the Assistive Technology Team for Loudoun County Public Schools. Chris hosts the award-winning podcast, THE A.T.TIPSCAST. He has written multiple books, designed and instructed online courses for ISTE on the topics of Assistive Technology and Universal Design for Learning.

Karen Janowski, M.S. ED

is an Inclusive and Assistive Technology Consultant and is President and owner of EdTech Solutions, Inc in Reading, MA which provides comprehensive AAC and AT Services in the Greater Boston area. Karen presents both locally and nationally on innovative technologies to reach all learners. She is an EdCamp Boston and EdCampAccess organizer, co-moderates #ATchat on Twitter.

Mike Marotta, ATP

has been in the field of Assistive Technology for almost 30 years and his experience revolves around a vast array of accommodations for persons with disabilities and their family/support members. He is also Director of the Richard West Assistive Technology Advocacy Center @ Disability Rights New Jersey.

Beth Poss M.A., CCC/SLP, M.S Education

is the Director of Educational Programs at LessonPix. She is an educational and technology consultant and former assistant principal. Areas of special interest include the Use of Technology in Early Childhood, Designing Inclusive Learning Environments, Supporting Social-Emotional Learning to Promote Academic Success, and Culturally Responsive Teaching.