LEA/SEA Capacity Building

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California State University, Northridge (CSUN) – through the Tseng College – offers two master’s degrees in assistive technology (AT): one centered on the development of devices and software and the other centered on the human-services aspects of the field. CSUN also offers an advanced professional development certificate program in Assistive...

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Welcome to the SEA and LEA Conference Resource page. Here you will find links to this year's presentations delivered by the CTD SEA and LEA Technical Assistance Team, led by American Institutes for Research.

32nd CSUN Assistive Technology Conference - Digital Accessibility: What Education Leaders Need to...
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Accessibility and Accommodations: Addressing Challenges with Technology-Based State Assessments , presented by Kristin Ruedel, Ph.D. (Center on Technology and Disability) and Martha Thurlow Ph.D. (National Center on Educational Outcomes), will highlight challenges that states and districts have experienced in providing student accommodations when implementing technology-based assessments. Participants will learn...

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Accessibility is essential for leveraging technology and providing educational opportunities for all students. This concept involves the design of web-based materials, devices, digital tools, and platforms that support equal access to educational content, services, and activities. In their presentation, Digital Accessibility: What Education Leaders Need to Know , Tracy...

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The resources in this collection are designed for SEA and LEA leaders who want an overview of conducting and participating in research and evaluation, and how to evaluate the progress and intended outcomes of educational technology initiatives.

This collection includes the following resources:

Research, Technology, & Students...
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This joint webinar series with the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) provides viewers with a quick, yet comprehensive overview of why assistive technology and accessibility need to be an integral part of your state or district's technology plan.

Webinar I - Understanding Assistive Technology: Policy and Implications...

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The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) includes an increased focus on technology-related requirements to achieve educational outcomes and opportunities for all students. This collection of ESSA resources describe the technology-related opportunities and terms within ESSA and their implications for students with disabilities. Feel free to use and share these materials...

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This document is a very in-depth resource manual, created by the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative (WATI) and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI). It includes full chapters on most areas of classroom AT use, as well as chapters specific to hearing and vision disabilities, recreation and leisure, and ADLs....

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Accessibility is critical to leverage the power of technology and provide equal educational opportunities for all students, particularly those with disabilities. In this presentation, Digital Accessibility: What Education Leaders Need to Know , Tracy Gray, Ph.D. (Center on Technology and Disability) and Jose Blackorby, Ph.D., (CAST) address the following...

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Accessibility guidelines, checklists, and standards can be useful tools when developing accessible content, but accessibility is more than just a checklist for compliance. Understanding your end users and the ways they use web and digital content can help you move beyond technical components of accessibility to developing a truly usable...

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