Kindy Segovia, Assistive Technology Coordinator, Kent ISD
Young students need hands on learning, real life experience and interaction. But they also want, and have much to gain from the use of technology. Technology can help them expand their ability to follow their curiosity and acquire information, solve problems, communicate with others in a digital way, and become responsible digital citizens. For young students at risk for delay, technology may be a part of a larger solution in the years ahead.
Join me to explore a toolbox of tech tools that will support your instruction, engage your students and connect your families to your classroom! From engaging websites, digital storytelling tools, web organization, simple assessment and response systems, and yes, even apps – you will find something you can use with your young learners!