Sue Hardin, OTR, MS, is the Assistive Technology Consultant at Macomb Intermediate School District
Do you have students who can’t find anything, don’t know what needs to be done next and are always in a state of panic? Learn how to help your students regulate, control, and manage other cognitive processes through technology support tools. You’ll learn about strategies and tools that help students develop executive function skills that allow them to get things done quickly and efficiently. We’ll explore low-tech to high-tech tools that can be used with multiple devices and in multiple circumstances. You’ll leave with strategies to help your students create external versions of internal executive function systems.