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The Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP) provides training, information, technical assistance and resources regarding the uses of technology for children with disabilities. OTAP services are available to anyone concerned with the needs of Oregon's children with disabilities from birth to age twenty-one. The program is sponsored by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE).


 

                                     The Power of T.H.E. P.A.C.T.

                                    SPECIAL PREVIEW WEBINAR

                       Wednesday, May 3, 2017 | 2:30 - 3:30 PM (PST) 

 
 
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
T.H.E. P.A.C.T.
Technology Helps Easy & Practical Accessible Curriculum Teaching

This preview webinar on May 3rd, will give you an overview of T.H.E. P.A.C.T. content and time for questions with the presenter, Phyl Macomber. The full day seminar will be held Monday, June 19, 2017 at the beautiful Oregon Garden Resort in Silverton OR. Registration for the June 19th seminar will open at a later date.

Phyl has created a 4-step simple system for how to teach anything to anyone – in a way that students of any ability learn faster and deeper – and teachers succeed in reaching and teaching ALL students while meeting the standards. Her research-based teaching strategies have been published in numerous articles featured in clinical publications in education since 2009 and are being successfully used across North America, and in Saudi Arabia, and Italy. This systems-based instruction, called T.H.E.P.A.C.T., is outlined in Phyl's first book, The Power of T.H.E. P.A.C.T., and is being referred to as “the simple, evidence-based solution for differentiated instruction and meaningful inclusion.” 

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Sponsored by OTAP, RSOI and the Oregon Department of Education.

 


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AT Teams Project

This project is an intensive assistive technology team training for up to eight teams a year. This year 7 teams from around the state have joined us for the 2016-2017 Project. Those teams are : Lincoln County SD, Klamath County SD, Monroe SD,  Ashland SD, Sutherlin SD, Three Rivers SD and  Junction City SD.

 Training begins in the fall of each year.  If you would like to join us next year, check out our AT Teams Project page for more information.


Assistive Technology and Post-Secondary Transition





Handouts for; Overview of Assistive Technology and Post–Secondary Transitions

Transition Planning Worksheet for AT Users

Overview of AT and Post Secondary Transition

A Transition Guide


      Moving Forward Webinar Series

        Part one Breaking Down Barrier to Effective AT Implementation   

        Part Two: Using Evidence to Strengthen your AT Program

Understanding The Requirements of Oregon's New Dyslexia Legislation


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