CTD Courses

The Swipe Generation: Best Practices with Mobile Technology for Young Children

This course is designed to give EC educators and parents a broad view of current research on the use of assistive technology (Birth to 8 years), and discuss implications of technology use as an early learning tool for young children with disabilities. To receive 0.9 CEU credits, complete all Instructional Activities and answer the discussion questions.
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Power Up Your Students’ Research Projects! Using Technology to Help Students Conduct, Write and Share Research Projects

Led by Judy Zorfass, this course will equip educators with strategies to transform the traditional research project process. This session will provide you with ideas on how to engage your students using technology tools that enable the learners to move beyond the traditional approach to gather information, paper-based note taking, data collection activities, and writing reports to summarize learning.
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Apps Across Curriculum and Platforms to Support Struggling Learners

This self-paced, online course consists of 3 webinars featuring Diana Petschauer, M.Ed., ATP, learning activities and multimedia materials. The module provides educators with insights into the use of mainstream technology as AT, including free and built-in accessibility, apps for iOS, and Google Chrome apps and extensions for education.  
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Technology Implementation Strategies that Work!

Welcome to the course “Technology Implementation Strategies that Work!” This course focuses on the critical processes to effectively support technology use in the classroom to enhance teaching and learning. Effective implementation requires leadership, planning, and a commitment to transform current practices. Grounded in best practices from the fields of education technology and implementation science, the materials in this course are designed to support your work to enhance technology use that is connected to instructional goals.
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Mobile Devices in the Inclusive Classroom- Course

Hosted by: Mike Marotta, ATP This 4-week Learning Center Module's weekly webinars have been archived and are available for viewing. The application-based learning activities and multimedia materials are available for review as well. Although the "live" event has ended, please let CTD know if you would like to contact him. Learner Objectives: At the conclusion of this Learning Center Module, participants will:
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Assistive Technology 101- Course

The Assistive Technology 101 course provides participants with an introduction to the world of assistive technology (AT) and how it can be harnessed to help students with disabilities. Each module offers an in-depth look into important topics that relate to AT, recommendations, and best practices. An interactive quiz is included in each module, as well, to help participants assess their understanding of the topic. Participants will receive a certificate for the completion of each individual module and the overall course.
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