Until AssisTechKnow 2018 – you might find some valuable learning from previous AssisTechKnow Conferences:

Mike Marotta’s Handout Link

Using Switches and Computers – Anderson

Kahooting, Puzzling and Recapping – Burden

Soar with Symbaloo – Edison & Zuniga

Teaching Mathematics to Students with Special Needs in General Education Classrooms – Fanelli

Becoming a Connected Educator Can Lead to Amazing Opportunities – Gauck

Premier Literacy links – Grisham

Screencaster’s Guide To UDL – Hard

Is Anybody Listening? – Hard

Designing an Inclusive Writer’s Workshop – Hardin

Don’t Panic: eOrganize – Hardin

Apps for SLPs & Sensory Apps – Hoffmann

Customizing Communications Tools for Students– Hojnacki & Pyper

Bookshare, Learning Ally, & Free Web Tools– Jimenez

Collecting IEP Data with Google Forms – Kohler & Winters

Video Modeling in the Special Education Classroom – Kohler & Winters

When Helping Isn’t Helping – Langley

Designing Switch Accessible Learning Environments – Pegg

Dynamic Duos – Pegg & Langley

Five Simple Ways to Use Augmented Reality – What to Bring – Martin & McFadden

Augmented Reality– Martin & McFadden

Sketchnoting: Noodling and Doodling Unite! – Ottenwess

Article about Sketchnoting: to Practice – Ottenwess

Dying for Donations – Post

Giving Students a Fair Shot – Schaafsma

Least Dangerous Assumption – Schaafsma

Pre-Writing Organizer – Schaafsma

Speech Recognition Guide – Schaafsma

Digital Access to Content – Yes! Is it Accessible? Yikes! – Segovia & Jimeniz

Too Young for Tech? These Tools May Change Your Mind – Segovia

UDLize with Google Slides – Segovia

Tapping Into Your iDevice – Stargardt

Recording the Storm – Steenstra

Using Video To Demonstrate – Steinman

Foundations of Communication– Taylor

The Accessible Mobile Device – VanderMole