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Project AT for Teachers is currently being offered via Zoom. To register for the March or May 2022 Cohorts, please visit the RIDE website.
Welcome to Project AT
To date, we have had more than 150 teachers and paraprofessionals participate in Project AT.
Project AT offers Fall and Spring Cohorts for Teachers and Teacher Assistants where they can learn about assistive technology (AT), the SETT Framework, and implementation strategies for integrating AT into their classrooms.
What is Project AT?
This 4-session course for Special Education Teachers and therapists addresses how to integrate all levels of technology into the classroom for learners with differing abilities.
Through the Project AT modules, teachers will be able to:
*Use the SETT (Student, Environment, Task and Tool) Framework as a tool to help triage technology needs.
*Identify the features of high or low tech options for students with a variety of needs.
*Understand the uses of the Chromebook and a variety of apps that can be utilized to improve access to the curriculum for any student.
*Participate in a community of learners that are dedicated to the importance of assistive technology integration into the classroom.
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