Webinars

 

  • Affordable Cutting-Edge Technologies for Helping Students Part 1: Reading Comprehenion

    Join Joan Green, a speech-language pathologist with many years of experience and a special interest in assistive technologies, for part 1 in this series to learn more about using an iPad or Mac and PC computers, ios devices such as the iPad, additional devices such as the Livescribe Pen and online sites to :

    • Enhance planning and organization with digital calendars, to do Lists, reminders and alarms
    • Have text read aloud to speed up processing and improve retention of information
    • Record audio as you take notes with a special pen, Mac or a tablet
    • Take advantage of the “cloud” and learn about online bookmarking and organizational tools such as Dropbox and Evernote
    • Learn about supplemental learning tools such as drill and practice apps, online flashcards and online video tutorials
    • Improve spelling and grammar with drill and practice apps and sites as well as spell and grammar checking assistance
    • Learn to use speech recognition and word prediction programs as well as mind mapping/ brainstorming tools to help with written expression.

    This series is appropriate for parents, teachers and tutors and other therapists and educators who would like to take advantage of mainstream affordable cutting-edge technologies to enhance academic success.

    Material is presented that is appropriate for helping students in middle school and older.

    $15.00

  • Top Affordable Technologies for Helping Students: Part 1 – Organization, Attention and Executive Funtioning

     

    Join Joan Green, a speech-language pathologist with many years of experience and a special interest in assistive technologies, for the first part in this recorded webinar series to learn more about using Mac and PC computers, ios devices such as the iPad and strategies to:

    • compensate for as well as improve skills relating to attention, organization and executive functioning
    • speed up the learning curve for the implementation of technology into daily routines
    • Organize activities with digital calendars, timers and reminder systems
    • Improve the organization of and access to documents and websites.

     

    The hour long presentation is appropriate for parents, teachers and tutors and other therapists and educators who would like to take advantage of mainstream affordable cutting-edge technologies to enhance academic success. Material is presented that is appropriate for helping students in middle school and older.

    $0.00

  • Top Affordable Technology for Helping Students: Part 3- Online Tools and Apps to Enhance New Learning

    Join Joan Green, a speech-language pathologist who is a very experience therapist with a special interest in assistive technologies, for this webinar series to learn more about using Mac and PC computers, ios devices such as the iPad, additional devices such as the Livescribe Pen and online sites to:

    • Enhance planning and organization with calendars, To Do Lists, reminders and alarms
    • Have text read aloud to speed up processing and improve retention of information
    • Record audio as you take notes with a special pen, Mac or a tablet
    • Take advantage of the “cloud” and learn about online bookmarking and organizational tools such as Dropbox and Evernote
    • Learn about supplemental learning tools such as online flashcards and video tutorials
    • Improve spelling and grammar with drill and practice apps and sites as well as spell and grammar checking assistance
    • Learn to use speech recognition and word prediction programs as well as mind mapping/ brainstorming tools to help with written expression.

    The presentation is appropriate for  parents, teachers and tutors and other therapists and educators who would like to take advantage of mainstream affordable cutting-edge technologies to enhance academic success for students in middle school and older.

    $25.00

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