San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Exploring the iPad for Language-Based Teaching and Interventions~In this day-long workshop, participants will learn "top tech tricks" for utilizing the iPad as a teaching and learning tool, including accessing photo/video production and organizational strategies, accessibility functions, and other native apps. A wide variety of apps in various categories that support students with language difficulties and other learning needs will be demonstrated, along with an evaluation framework for choosing apps for intervention and special education. Attendees will also choose from a selection of free apps to create a project to use with students, and access a variety of information resources to continue learning about technology integration.About The Speaker~Sean Sweeney, MS, MEd, CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist and technology consultant working in private practice at The Ely Center in Newton, MA. Sean spent over a decade in the public school setting serving in the roles of SLP and instructional technology specialist. His blog was inspired by the combination of those complementary vocations and a desire to empower those in his field to employ technology in their work. Sean currently consults to and presents for local and national organizations on technology integration in speech and language interventions. He is a frequent presenter at ASHA and has participated as a speaker at the regional Social Thinking® Providers’ Conferences. Sean is a regular columnist forThe ASHA Leader. His blog, SpeechTechie, won the 2010 Best New Edublog Award and was a finalist in the Best Ed Tech Blog category in 2011 and 2012.*Please note that tickets for this event are LIMITED! Get them while they last!The Autism Connections Fredericton Inc.A non-profit organizationMission: to make available and accessible social support, self-help, public education, and a broad array of resources for persons with autismand their families. These serviceswould be accessible to the familiesof preschoolers, school-aged children, youth and adults with autism. Autism Connections Fredericton would empower families to identify their needs,help them create the required programs and resource, and make the families more aware of existing resources.For more information on the host of our event please visit:http://www.autismconnectionsfredericton.org/Home.htmlIf you have any questions regarding this event, please don't hesitate to contact us at:firstname.lastname@example.org
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We are committed to helping individuals with autism, thier families, caregivers, as well as professionals, to access resources and services. These services will be provided in both official languages wherever possible.