AT Classes and Events - 2017
Technology Training tailored to your needs and schedule – decide on a topic, assemble a group, then schedule a date and time
I offer seminars, webinars, hands-on workshops, and school professional development on a wide range of topics and technologies relevant to learning differences, ADHD, and executive function challenges. Instruction is tailored to the audience's needs, skills, and "comfort level" with all-things-tech. Please download the flyer below for a list of current offerings, and feel free to suggest variations.
The following classes and workshops are open to the community at large.
May 11 - How to "Tech Up" Learning Skills This Summer for Success Next Fall (PEN Speaker Series)
October 20-22 - AT workshop at the AET National Conference in Irvine, CA (details to be announced)
Technology is often called “the great equalizer” for students who learn differently, and with good reason. The right tools, coupled with sound strategies, do more than just compensate for learning weaknesses; they also help students tap into their innate strengths, increase independence, and improve self-confidence.
Join assistive technology consultant Shelley Haven as she demonstrates her 2017 selection of game-changing technologies for students who struggle with reading, writing, math, taking notes, attention, organization, and planning. This session will also help both beginners and experienced tech users get the most out of EdRev’s newly-designed Technology for Learning section.
Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017
Time: 9:00 to 10:15am (1.25 hours)
Location: AT&T Park, San Francisco, CA
Cost: EdRev registration required
To Register: Please visit www.edrevsf.org/register/
Summer is a great time to introduce technology, as it avoids the pressure of learning new tools while juggling schoolwork. But where do you start? How do you “make it happen”?
This workshop will provide practical steps for getting kids up to speed on tools that assist with four important academic areas: reading, writing, taking notes, and managing time and tasks. Join Assistive Technology Consultant Shelley Haven as she describes a 4-part summer technology plan including:
- Recommendations of “essential tools” (Mac, PC, iOS, and Chrome)
- Online and Bay Area training resources for learning how to operate them
- Strategies for applying the technology effectively
- Activities to help students practice and build confidence with the tools
Intended audience: Parents, teachers, and other education professionals working with students in grades 4 through college who have learning differences.
Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017
Time: 10:00am to 12:30pm (2.5 hours)
Location: Children’s Creativity Museum, 221 Fourth St., San Francisco, CA
Cost: See PEN registration page (below)
To Register: Please visit give.parentseducationnetwork.org/products/events and click icon for this event