Learning First, Technology Second Book Review webinar
Date: September 27, 2018
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Liz Kolb describes in her book, Learning First, Technology
Second the Triple E Framework, a research based framework of integrating technology into quality lesson design. Triple E stands for Engagement, Enhancement and Extension. In this webinar, we will discuss the foundations of the Triple E Framework and how it applies to our work in assistive technology.
Learning Objectives: Participants will:
Understand the three components of the Triple E Framework and how they work together to support technology integration.
Identify quality technology integration activities and techniques to support educational lesson planning.
Design a quality literacy lesson with integrated technology to use in class tomorrow.
Traci West, MOTR/L is an OT and Instructional Facilitator for Assistive Technology in Tacoma Public Schools. She has practiced in the OT field for 24 years, with the past 16 years spent in school-based therapy. Prior to earning her MOTR/L, she was a COTA/L and brings experiences from both perspectives during her years of service in nursing facilities, hospital rehab, hand therapy, and school based therapy. Passions include teaching others about the wide variety of accommodations available to support student inclusion in the general education setting and building a district culture of differentiation and inclusion.