Effective change in assistive technology (AT) practice relies on several critical factors including leadership to ensure that change in practice is planned for and implemented. Leadership can be found at multiple levels in any agency, including administrative roles, assigned and assumed leadership. Leaders can arise from roles on AT teams, job coaching positions, teacher mentors and simply from being interested in utilizing technology for learning and growth in your own classroom of students. We will discuss being a leader, leadership and leading, and the important components of each of these concepts.Â Using the Quality Indicators in Assistive Technology, you can explore these roles with Kelly and Joan to support implementing effective AT practices in your program. The new QIAT book will be available to webinar participants for a special ATIA price.
After this webinar, you will be able to:
- Use the quality indicators to assess administrative support for AT.br />
- Understand multiple roles of leadership and how you serve as a leader in AT services at your program.
- Identify 3 strategies to increase their practice as leaders in assistive technology.
Presented by Kathy Lalk, St. Louis Special School District and Joan Larson, Minnesota Department of Education. Original air date February 24, 2016. 90 minutes. ATIA Code #AT16-WEB03-AR. CEC Product #WEBAT1603A.
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