Are you an educator? Do you have students in your classroom who use Assistive Technology to help them with reading and writing?
Boost your skills and learn how you can better support students using Assistive Technology through Bridges' online course, educATe Classroom.
Reading and writing are keys that students depend on to access information, future learning, and more! Technology has become one of the main vehicles for this access. This educATe Classroom: Reading course will help you to support students in using technology while reading to learn throughout their program.
educATe Classroom brings a unique approach (Explainer Style) to providing online, on demand learning to you in bite sized chunks that are considerate of teachers' busy schedules.
In educATe Classroom: Reading, we examine:
Your students are depending on your ability to integrate assistive technology into your instruction so that they can access all they need to be successful learners in a 21st Century Classroom. educATe Classroom is what you need to get you started in learning new skills or expanding on existing ones.
Get a taste of our courses with this free sampler, to learn how you can help your students in using Assistive Technology to support reading and writing.
In this sampler, you can try a few lessons from the Reading Course included in educATe Classroom. The full educATe Classroom Course comes with even more great lessons, including a whole additional Course for Writing!
Christy McDonald is an educator, assistive technology training specialist, presenter and advocate for people with special needs. After working as a teacher, in many different capacities, for seventeen years, Christy decided to pursue her passion of supporting students with learning differences, their families and teachers, in other ways.
Christy presently works as an Educational Consultant and Assistive Technology Training Specialist with Bridges Canada. It is Christy’s desire to increase meaningful participation, achievement and the well-being of all students, including those with significant disabilities.
Christy helps students and parents learn to advocate for themselves and can advise parents about how to access the information, resources and technology that are needed for their child.