NJ AT Summit 2019 Schedule-at-a-Glance
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2019 New Jersey Assistive Technology Summit Schedule-at-a-Glance bit.ly/njats19schedule
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8:00-9:00Registration/ Breakfast; Atrium
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9:00-10:00
Welcome (Auditorium), Keynote: Chris Bugaj - Making Learning Awesome for All!
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10:10-11:00
Rm 214/215Rm 213Rm 116Rm 122AuditoriumAtriumAtrium
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Session 1Toolbox for Adult Life; Kristen Russell & Jeannette Van Houten, Advancing OpportunitiesDon't Let My Voice Go: AAC and Transitions; Tracy Lee, The Gramon Family of SchoolsLiving and Aging-In-Place: Can your Home Handle It?; Garth Heid, Advancing OpportunitiesArts and Music Supports for People with Disabilities; Adam Krass, Adam Krass ConsultingCoding Core: Teaching Language to Users of AAC Using Coding; Chris Bugaj, Loudoun County Public SchoolsAT Demo; Advancing OpportunitiesDevice Reuse; Goodwill Home Medical
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Session 1.1 NotesSession 1.2 NotesSession 1.3 NotesSession 1.4 NotesSession 1.5 Notes
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11:10-12:00
Rm 214/215Rm 213Rm 116Rm 122AuditoriumAtrium
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Session 2Accessible Tools and Strategies in Microsoft Office 365; Brian Friedlander, AssistiveTek, LLCPi for Everybody: An AT+Edu Partnership Mike Marotta, Assistive Technology Advocacy Center, Disability Rights New Jersey Keri Hennessy-Wilson, Asbury Park School DistrictWebsite Accessibility: Complying With ADA Requirements; Phillip Stern, Richard Flaum, DiFrancesco Bateman Kunzman Davis Lehrer & Flaum, PC SSA Work Supports ABLE Accounts and Assistive Technology; Laurie Schaller, National Disability InstituteAAC Agreements: Crowd Sourcing "Better" Practices in Language Learning; Chris Bugaj, Loudoun County Public SchoolsAT Demo; Advancing OpportunitiesDevice Reuse; Goodwill Home Medical
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Session 2.1 NotesSession 2.2 NotesSession 2.3 NotesSession 2.4 NotesSession 2.5 Notes
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12:00-1:00
Lunch; Atrium
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1:00-1:50Rm 214/215Rm 213Rm 116Rm 122AuditoriumAtrium
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Session 3AAC for Written Curriculum Participation and Written Instructions; Catherine Fredericks, Wayne Township Public Schools Parent and Educator Collaboration in AT Considerations; Niole Pratt, Statewide Parent Advocate Network (SPAN)So What is Accessibility, Really? What's the Fuss; Naomi Leibowitz, Assistive Technology Advocacy Center, Disability Rights New JerseyJerichoAdaptsToys.org Switch Toys to Switch Access to AAC; Michael Dicpinigaitis, Student; Christine Baudin, Consultant Escape the Room with Inclusive Strategies; Chris Bugaj, Loudoun County Public SchoolsAT Demo; Advancing OpportunitiesDevice Reuse; Goodwill Home Medical
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Session 3.1 NotesSession 3.2 NotesSession 3.3 NotesSession 3.4 NotesSession 3.5 Notes
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1:50-2:10Break / Networking
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2:10-3:00Rm 214/215Rm 213Rm 116Rm 122AuditoriumAtrium
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Session 4Chrome as Assistive Technology = Access & Inclusion;
Mike Marotta, Assistive Technology Advocacy Center, Disability Rights New Jersey
Using Both Speech and AAC to Support Communicative Independence; Kathryn Helland, TechOWL PACoding and Robots in the Special Needs Classroom; Christopher Harris, Pennsauken Public Schools, Jennifer Duda, Mercer County Special Services School District Building Teacher Capacity to Support Students in Inclusive Classrooms; Alicia Drelick, Rowan UniversityAT Demo; Advancing OpportunitiesDevice Reuse; Goodwill Home Medical
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Session 4.1 NotesSession 4.2 NotesSession 4.3 NotesSession 4.4 NotesSession 4.5
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2019 NJ Assistive Technology Summit Evaluation Form / Certificate of Attendence - bit.ly/njats19eval
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