Back by Popular Demand! Dr. Willkomm's training was so well received at the 2012 SWAAAC Summer Symposium, we have brought her back for another day of low-tech AT adaptations. If you were unable to attend her workshop in June, register early to confirm your seat this Fall. We also welcome those who attended this summer who would like a refresher on Dr. Willkomm's useful Low Tech Solutions. Space is limited!
Universal Design for Learning doesn't have to include a computer or an iPad. Hundreds of UDL solutions can be achieved using everyday tools and materials found in the classroom or community. This workshop will discuss and demonstrate 40 different tools and materials that can be used to create hundreds of UDL solutions in five minutes of less for students who experience physical, sensory or cognitive disabilities. Participants will learn creative uses for specialty tapes, flagpole holders, Loc-Line, Green wire, Stratacore, Comer Guard, PVC, fasteners, epoxy putty, Model Magic, Formular, Swiffer dusters and mops, CD spindles and so much more.