Strategies for Selecting the Right AT for Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired
Are you overwhelmed by the process of selecting assistive technology for your students? This presentation will encompass the process and steps of selecting the right AT for students who are blind or visually impaired using the SETT Framework. Key points include identification of the current problem; consideration of current skills; understanding unique visual and learning needs; awareness of AT for VI; AT equipment considerations; the process of building a toolkit; instructional strategies; and next steps.
As a result of this activity, the participant will be able to:
- Identify required steps in conducting an AT evaluation for students with visual impairments.
- Analyze student’s current skills and unique needs to make appropriate AT recommendations
- Develop strategies for selecting low, mid and high tech Assistive Technology
- Presentations are recorded PowerPoint presentations. You must have PowerPoint to view the presentation.
Please note that the Webinar pages are closed member pages available to individuals who have purchase access to the webinar. Each page includes: a recorded PowerPoint, transcript, handouts page, and corresponding printables.
There is a link to a quiz to demonstrate participation. After completing the quiz, you will be provided with a certificate of participation (1 hour credit). (You will need to check with your certifying body if these can be accepted. At this time I do not offer ACVREP credit).