The goal of the High Quality Instruction within Inclusive Learning Environments project is to increase access to general education curriculum for all learners through the collaborative integration of technology in inclusive environments by providing structured, ongoing professional learning and development systems. This combined interactive training/meeting aims to increase capacity through supporting connections across Assistive Technology, Universal Design for Learning, and Co-Teaching project strands. In the morning, we will spend our time learning and networking together to further the mission. The afternoon will be reserved for indepth learning in specific strand areas.
10am - 12pm - Combined Strand Networking and Project Activities
12pm - 1pm - Lunch Provided
Kansas Assistive Technology Guidance for School Districts was created in response to a need expressed by many of Kansas’ school administrators and educators for high quality examples of the processes that individual school districts and IEP teams can use to provide legal, effective and ethical assistive technology (AT) services. The guide is envisioned as a starting point for the development of a specific agency’s AT services. Any part of these guidelines may be copied or revised for use by an individual program or agency.
Assistive technology leaders will
The Kansas Universal for Learning Project (UDL) Access for All works to empower educational teams in building local capacity including content knowledge & skills, integrate technology in an inclusive general education classroom, and collect and review data to guide instruction using the Universal for Learning Framework. Team will review UDL Protocols that will help them in achieving this mission.
UDL leaders will:
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