Getting to QIAT: Resources for AT Mandates and Standards webinar
Date: September 21, 2017
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The QIAT indicators provide us with a ‘gold standard’ for where we all want to be when it comes to providing our students with assistive technology services. However, most of us are still ‘on the road’ to developing an effective AT service delivery model and it is humbling to measure our progress against QIAT’s illustrious goals. Although the QIAT indicators allow us to evaluate our AT service delivery practices, there are other resources that provide a roadmap of how to achieve QIAT’s targets. What options are available to support us on the journey? Join Linda Schleef in exploring a variety of web resources that will inform and inspire the achievement of steps in the right direction from wherever you are now.
Linda Schleef is a Special Education Teacher (M.Ed) and Assistive Technology Professional (ATP - RESNA). She is currently an AT Support Specialist, Bellingham School District. For the past 20 years, as Director of the Ershig Assistive Technology Resource Center (E-ATRC) in Woodring College of Education at Western Washington University, she educated teachers-in-training about technologies for P-12 students with diverse learning needs. She has also had the opportunity, in her work, to join educational teams and families as they consider the AT needs of individual students with disabilities.