Preregister for these extended workshops due to limited capacity. Register early. A lab fee of $25.00 covers all supplies used during the workshop. When you pre-register, you will have the option to select Starter Tools or Enhanced Tools to take back to your school so you can apply what you learn with your students. Participants may also elect NO take back tools.
Image by @flickingerbrad Assistive Technology Strand Spend the day with colleagues interested in empowering struggling learners with the tools and practices that can create an inclusive learning environment for all. Mike Marotta @mmatp is cohost of the weekly #ATchat twitter chat with Karen Janowski @KarenJan Participate using the #ATchat hashtag or review the #ATchat archives via Wakelet Mike is a nationally recognized speaker who has provided training at national Assistive Technology conferences (ATIA, Closing the Gap, RESNA) in all areas of Assistive Technology. For all of these presentations, Mike develops accessible, interactive, Universally Designed, participant-driven web experiences to extend the learning well beyond the training session. He also consults with Assistive Technology manufacturers and delivers accessible, specialized trainings to their customers. Mike’s workshops at Dynamic […]
We are excited to announce Elissa Malespina as Monday’s keynote at Dynamic Landscape 2020. Elissa Malespina, is a leader in Future Ready Libraries and how this framework can help empower students through student centered approaches. Elissa Malespina is a teacher librarian at Verona High School in Verona, New Jersey. She has been an educator for over 18 years, spending time as a history teacher, special educator, and teacher librarian. This range of teaching experiences has helped her see the big picture in terms of student achievement and innovative practices. Elissa is the 2018 finalist for AASL’S Social Justice Defender Social Media Superstar, 2016 PBS Learning Media Digital Innovator, and the ISTE Librarian Network’s Past President. Her work has been featured in School Library Journal, NPR, and in the PBS documentary School Sleuth: The Case for the Wired Classroom. Besides the regular rigor of full time teaching of high school students, […]
Group Discounts! $75 off for groups of three! Rates $175 per day or $300 for two day….early bird through March 14 $200 regular (after March 15?), $350 two day….. Late (after May 11) +$50 Student Poster Session Day Only lunch fee for students. Chaperone (parent) lunch fee only Students must accompany a conference registered teacher! More information coming soon!