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3rd Annual Assistive Technology Conference

Boy using Go Talk

Join us for the 3rd annual AssisTechKnow Conference, October 9 & 10, 2014!  This exciting 2-day event, hosted by Kent ISD, focuses on Universal Design for Learning (UDL), Educational and Assistive Technology tools and strategies for diverse learners of all ages.  This year we are delighted to be partnering with Michigan Integrated Technology Supports (MITS), Michigan Council for Exceptional Children (MCEC), MACUL AssiTechKnow Logoand REMC to bring this one of a kind opportunity to West Michigan educators.

A packed schedule will include:

  • Over 50 concurrent sessions on topics ranging from early childhood through secondary including technology implementation for the diverse classroom, UDL, iPads, Google applications, web-based tools, reading, writing, math and science supports, low-tech strategies, AAC, physical access tips, and much more!
  • Inspiring Keynote kickoff each morning
  • Over 15 exhibitors/vendors of assistive and educational technology solutions
  • Fabulous door prizes and snacks from community sponsors

The conference has been filled for the past two years, with 250 registered each day, including teachers, itinerant staff, administrators and parents.  Past participants have stated:  “a diverse amount of information. It was great!”, “I was engaged the whole day. Never had a PD like that!”, “One of the best conferences I have ever attended!!, “I will be back next year!”, “Lots of great ideas to try to implement or share with colleagues. I’m excited, not just about new tools, but some new strategies as well!”, “I have already ordered some of the useful tools presented at the conference! Additionally, I won a great prize that I will use in a unit in November!”

AssisTechKnow Attendees

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn some practical, ready-to-use tips and strategies, network with colleagues from across the region and state and energize your school year!  Find more information and register at assistechknow.org .

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