PowerUp features customizable resources for school leaders, teachers, PD facilitators, and teacher educators to improve teaching and learning for students with disabilities through: technology-enhanced teaching strategies, focus on UDL, and system-wide supports for successful technology integration.
The primary goal of any new technology initiative or program is to improve student learning outcomes. To track progress in meeting your intended goals and outcomes, use this chart and guiding questions to support evaluating your technology initiatives/programs.
This guide was developed as a companion to the Center on Technology and Disability’s video series Research, Technology, & Students With Disabilities: Supporting LEA & SEA Decision Making . The video series is designed for leaders of state education agencies (SEAs) and local education agencies...
This video series is designed to help SEA and LEA leaders conduct and participate in their own reserach and evaluation studies on technology initiatives to support improved learning outcomes for students with disabilities. Each video in the series addresses key topics such as study design, crafting research questions, partnering with...
Led by Martha Thurlow, Ph.D., Director of the National Center on Educational Outcomes, this presentation highlights challenges currently faced by states implementing technology-based assessments.
This presentation highlights challenges that states have experienced during implementing of technology-based assessments.
Led by Martha Thurlow, Ph.D., NCEO Director, and Research Associates Laurene Christensen, Ph.D. and Sheryl Lazarus, Ph.D., this information packed webinar provides a quick and comprehensive overview of the types of assessments used and discuss the move toward technology-based assessments. ( Watch Part 2 of the series ) ...
In this information-packed webinar, Martha Thurlow, director of the National Center on Educational Outcomes, discusses challenges and solutions in Technology-based Approaches to Accessibility and Accommodations.
In this information-packed webinar, Jamie Basham, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Special Education at the University of Kansas, co-founder of the UDL Implementation Research Network (UDL-IRN), discusses alignement of UDL framework with local resources.
This PPT accompanies the webinar on "UDL and Born Accessible Learning Resources: What State Leaders Need to Know:, presented by Jamie Basham, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Special Education at the University of Kansas, co-founder of the UDL Implementation Research Network (UDL-IRN).