2016 Schedule of Sessions

Keynote with Mike Marotta
Oct 20 @ 8:00 am – 8:30 am

Join Mike Marotta for an energizing start to a day of learning!

Being a Connected Educator Can Lead To Amazing Opportunities
Oct 20 @ 8:40 am – 11:00 am

Heather Gauck, Resource Elementary Teacher, Grand Rapids Public Schools, MiEdVoice Fellow, PBS Innovator, TeachStrong Ambassador

From dragging my feet to signing up for Twitter, to now using Voxer to collaborate with educators world wide… Let’s talk about the benefits to becoming a Connected Educator.
In this session you will hear about my 2 year journey from classroom teacher to one of the finalists for the USDOE Teacher Ambassador Fellowship.  We will discuss how we can improve our craft of teaching and also influence policy makers to make a change for the better for our students. Let’s talk about free PD resources, Twitter, Voxer and statewide/ nationwide groups to add to your professional learning network and energize your practice!

Chrome as Assistive Technology
Oct 20 @ 8:40 am – 3:30 pm

Mike Marotta, ATP, RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Professional, Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC

Come participate in a hands on full day Chrome learning experience. Whether you are a Chome novice or a seasoned Chrome user – there will be something for everyone. Chrome is the latest trend in Assistive Technology so come see what all the excitement is all about!

Participants will dive deep into the Google Apps for Education suite of tools as well as the built in accessibility features of Chromebooks. Learn about the Chromebook platform and experience an array of Google Chrome apps and extensions that could be beneficial to ALL students. By leveraging the power of this common browser, we can make significant customization to meet the needs of struggling students. Areas covered will include: reading, writing, brainstorming, and organization.

Creating, Making, & Tinkering with No-Tech and Ready-Tech!
Oct 20 @ 8:40 am – 11:00 am

Gayle Underwood, Technology Integration Consultant, Allegan AESA & Ron Houtman, Educational Technologist, Kent ISD

You’ve heard of the Maker Movement, or maybe Makerspaces?  This “new” educational movement supports project based learning, differentiation,  and UDL at all levels of instruction.  These creative do-it-yourself spaces or activities allow students to design, create, invent and learn in a very hands-on way.  Join us to get right in the middle of some Making!  Using readily available no-tech through high-tech tools and materials (plus a few new ones!) – you will get your hands dirty and your mind exploding with ideas for implementation in your own school environment.  And, you will learn what YOUR Regional Educational Media Center (REMC) has available to help you get started!

Foundations of Communication: Making Communication a Priority for Every Child
Oct 20 @ 8:40 am – 11:00 am

Laura Taylor, Technology Integration Specialist, Alt+Shift

For all students with significant special needs, the historical focus has been to develop academic and social skills, but without effective communication, these students will never be able to build relationships and demonstrate what they know.

Supplementary Modules for ELA Focused on Reading
Oct 20 @ 8:40 am – 9:40 am

Mark Raffler, Educational Consultant, Kent ISD

Supplementary Modules for ELA Focused on Reading work provides on-demand training and materials for educators to accelerate students who are struggling with literacy concepts.

Teaching Mathematics to Students with Disabilities in the General Education Classroom (Grades 6-12)
Oct 20 @ 8:40 am – 11:00 am

Kate Fanelli, Math Accessibility Specialist, Alt+Shift

Learn the research behind addressing learner variability in mathematics classrooms and begin to explore how to apply that research in the inclusive grades 6-12 mathematics classroom.

Too Young for Tech? These Tools May Change Your Mind!
Oct 20 @ 8:40 am – 10:10 am

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!

Record the Storm: Capture Thinking to Enhance Work
Oct 20 @ 9:50 am – 10:50 am

Craig Steenstra, Educational Technology Consultant, Kent ISD

Learn more about how you can capture student (and adult) thinking through audio so that “the storm” in our heads can be analyzed and broken down into coherence.

This session will look at the best ways to capture, store, and access audio recordings on different devices. We will also explore the value of doing so as well as different ways this can be used to enhance student work or adult work. Examples of how educators are using recording will be provided, and participants will be given time to process and develop ideas for their respective work.


“Kahooting”, Puzzling, and Recapping
Oct 20 @ 10:20 am – 11:50 am

Rosanne Burden, Assistive Technology Specialist, Berrien RESA

There are a plethora of Web Tools to make teaching more individualized and fun for your students. Take a close look at EdPuzzle, Kahoot, and Recap with me and perhaps one will become your favorite, too!

Non-verbal with a voice
Oct 20 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

ACC User Panel

Description: Join student and adult users of Augmentative and Alternative Communication, as they share challenges, frustrations, benefits and hopes of being an AAC user.  Through personal experiences of device use at school, home and in the community, these amazing individuals will share their inspiring testimony of challenge and achievement!  If you know or work with individuals with limited verbal communication – you won’t want to miss these stories and this opportunity to see what success looks like!


Beginner’s Guide to Bookshare
Oct 20 @ 11:10 am – 12:10 pm

Maria Jimenez, Coordinator of Media Services for Visually Impaired, Kent ISD

Do your students struggle with reading? Then they need Bookshare! Bookshare is an accessible digital library, with over 400,000 titles, available free to students with print disabilities.  You may have heard of it, you may have signed up for it, but have you really implemented it?  Join me to  enhance your understanding of what Bookshare is, what it offers, and who can use it.  Hands-on practice will include how to enroll, how to find books, and how to read books. Leave this workshop ready to support your students as they become successful Bookshare readers!

Collecting IEP Data with Google Forms
Oct 20 @ 11:10 am – 12:10 pm

Kellison Kohler,  Special Education Teacher, Jackson County ISD & Meegan Winters, Teacher Consultant, Jackson County ISD

This is a hands-on session that includes how to create a Google Form and how to use Google Forms to easily collect IEP data. We’ll also discuss ways to manage the data you’ve collected.

Just In Time Support
Oct 20 @ 11:10 am – 12:10 pm

Ron Houtman, Educational Technologist, Kent ISD

Have you ever wondered how you could clone yourself to increase your ability to provide help to your staff and students?  In this session, we’ll explore video and other applications to create a self-help library. You’ll soon be removing roadblocks and helping others get what they need to succeed.

The Accessible Mobile Device
Oct 20 @ 11:10 am – 12:10 pm

Julia VanderMolen, Assistant Professor, Grand Valley State University

Do you have a smartphone, or an iPad, or maybe both? Do you really know just how smart it really is? By law, mobile devices must include support for persons with vision, hearing, learning, physical, and motor disabilities. This session will guide participants through the accessibility features offered on iOS9.

Designing an Inclusive Writers Workshop
Oct 20 @ 1:10 pm – 3:30 pm

Sue Hardin, OTR, MS, is the Assistive Technology Consultant at Macomb Intermediate School District

Writing is communication and communication is everything. Explore assistive technology tools and strategies that support emergent struggling writers. You’ll experience the benefits of designing an inclusive writing activities by providing students with a variety of “pencils” such as grids, graphic organizers, word prediction, dictation and text/speech.

Designing Switch Accessible Learning Environments
Oct 20 @ 1:10 pm – 3:30 pm

Robin Pegg, Assistive Technology Consultant, Eaton RESA

This presentation will offer participants a general overview how to create curriculum access using switches and simple voice output communication devices. The focus is on implementing strategies from a universal supports perspective according to the curriculum demands.

This presentation is a LEARNING LAB!  Come check out LOADS of examples of what you can do in YOUR classroom to support the most complex learners.  Get your hands on real life equipment and tools that support primary content areas AND electives and specials.  Want to get out of your seat and explore?  Then join  us!!

Giving Students a Fair Shot
Oct 20 @ 1:10 pm – 3:30 pm

Peter Schaafsma, Assistive Technology Consultant, Wexford-Missaukee ISD

Too often, assistive technology supports do not have the desired effect on student achievement. Somewhere between recognizing the student’s challenges and providing a tool, we miss something. This session will highlight practical areas to begin focusing on if you want to change that trend in your district: why it is important to presume competence in all situations, what thoughtful consideration means in choosing a tool, and creating a plan of action.  We’ll explore ways to introduce new technology and supports to our students in a way that gives them a fair shot at success!

Screencasters Guide to the Universal Design for Learning
Oct 20 @ 1:10 pm – 3:30 pm

Kit Hard, Instructional Technology and Professional Development Supervisor, Port Huron Area School District

Screencasting is a fantastic way to apply the principals of Universal Design for Learning by creating multiple means of representation, expression, and engagement.

In this this session we will explore some simple, free screencasting tools for PC, Chromebook, and iPads that allow teachers to create audio visual learning supports as well as ways for students to use these same tools to “show what they know”. Whether you’re trying to scaffold instruction, create more accessible learning materials, or provide flexible and engaging ways for students to express their learning, screencasting is for you.

This is intended to be a hands-on session. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring an internet connected device and a compatible microphone headset if possible.

Tobii Dynavox-The Power To Be You!
Oct 20 @ 1:10 pm – 2:10 pm

Joel Allchin, SLP, Regional Sales, Tobii Dynavox

Join me to learn the newest features of the Tobii Dynavox AAC products and apps.  From features to implementation strategies, learn how you can put communication in the hands of your non-verbal students.

Low Tech vs. High Tech with the SXI Student
Oct 20 @ 2:20 pm – 3:20 pm

Liesha Crawford, Special Education Teacher, Grand Rapids Public Schools

We will explore strategies that will assist students with significant learning, behavioral and sensory needs to access the educational environment with greater success. Learn practical strategies that you can implement with a wide variety of students to address their needs as well as to play on their strengths and interests. From no-tech/low-tech through high tech, learn how we tackle everything from assessment through implementation.

Keynote with Mike Marotta
Oct 21 @ 8:00 am – 8:30 am

Join Mike for an energizing kick off to the second day of AssisTechKnow!

Become a Connected Educator
Oct 21 @ 8:40 am – 11:20 am

Mike Marotta, ATP, RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Professional, Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC

“Professional Development is the responsibility of the professional, not the institution.” This quote from Will Richardson (@willrich45) has never been more accurate. Social media has provided us with a dynamic range of options for learning and connecting with others. Edcamps and other participant driven PD opportunities give the power back to the learner. Gone are the days of a “lone wolf” AT provider – you now have opportunities to be connected to the world! Learn about ways to develop your PLN (professional learning network) through Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and especially Twitter. In 2016, PD really means “personal development.” Bring your device and be ready to get connected.

Don’t Panic – eOrganize!
Oct 21 @ 8:40 am – 11:20 am

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.


Dynamic Duo! Developing AT & AAC Specialist Roles
Oct 21 @ 8:40 am – 10:10 am

Rachael Langley, AAC Specialist, Eaton RESA & Robin Pegg, AT Consultant, Eaton RESA

Batman & Robin. Thelma & Louise. What about AT & AAC? There is an increasing need for specific expertise in the areas of Assistive Technology and Augmentative/Alternative Communication. While the two roles overlap, they also have distinct roles and responsibilities.

Listen as Robin & Rachael describe their journey establishing distinct yet collaborative roles in AT & AAC. This presentation will offer attendees take home information on the importance of advocating for separate roles. Also find suggestions for proposing and/or enhancing this partnership with your administration.

Five Simple Ways to use Augmented Reality in Your Classroom
Oct 21 @ 8:40 am – 11:20 am

Karrie Martin, Teacher, Walled Lake Consolidated Schools & Melanie McFadden, Elementary Teacher, Walled Lake Consolidated Schools

Please join us to learn the basics of Augmented Reality. You will leave this session ready to bring your curriculum to life using the magic of AR. (Note recommended app downloads below.)

In this session, we will explore augmented reality and its many uses both in, and outside of, the classroom. We will utilize apps such as AR Flashcards, Aurasma, Daquri, and Quiver to inspire AR implementation across the K-12 curriculum. Our time together will be spent learning about the many uses of AR and creating helpful tools to be used in your classroom such as math homework help, interactive word walls, engaging hallway displays, and opportunities to bring your classroom library to life. Please come ready to collaborate and create with colleagues. You will want to bring a device with the free Aurasma app downloaded, and various curriculum materials such as textbooks, chapter books, homework samples, and other teaching resources.

In order to fully participate in this session, it will be helpful if you bring your smartphone and/or ipad. It will be helpful if you have downloaded any, or all, of the following apps.
● Aurasma – free
● Quiver – free
● Quiver Education – $7.99
● AR Flashcards – $2.99 – $7.99
● Elements 4D by DAQRI – free
● Anatomy 4D by DAQRI – free

Is anybody listening? Test and assignment reading accommodations that work.
Oct 21 @ 8:40 am – 11:20 am

Kit Hard, Instructional Technology and Professional Development Supervisor, Port Huron Area School District

Make your assessments and assignments more accessible to all with with audio recordings and QR codes!  If you’ve ever tried reading a test to 5 different students at the same time you know how ineffective this strategy can be. Learn how to quickly and easily record test questions or assignments and make them available to any student who would benefit from listening via QR codes.

This is intended to be a hands-on session. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring an internet connected device and a compatible microphone headset if possible.

Taking AIM – Getting On Target with Your Accessible Classroom
Oct 21 @ 8:40 am – 10:10 am

Ron Houtman, Educational Technologist and Innovation Coach, Kent ISD

The work of an educator has become an overwhelming challenge of matching diverse student needs with the rigor of content, utilizing the growing cache of materials and resources.  Alternative Instructional Materials provide students with disabilities or diverse learning styles with access to content in a different format than typically presented.   What do these alternatives look like?  Where can you find them?  How can you make them available to your students? Join me to Take AIM in creating your accessible classroom!

Tapping into your iDevice
Oct 21 @ 8:40 am – 10:10 am

Sarah Stargardt, Teacher Consultant for the Visually Impaired, Oakland Schools

Why spend time creating materials 100 different ways, or using multiple technologies when an iDevice can do it for you? Come to this session to learn how to use iDevices to change the appearance of text, reduce clutter on the screen, view the interactive whiteboard at your seat, control the whiteboard from your seat, complete documents on the screen, share documents instantly, change the size of what is on the screen, have information read aloud, block access to certain features, and various ways to use voice input. This session will focus on features already built into iDevices and applications of no cost. Bring your iDevice updated to the newest iOS version and any ideas you would like to share!

The Digital Classroom – Serving Literacy Needs on Multiple Technology Platforms.
Oct 21 @ 10:20 am – 11:20 am

Ken Grisham, President and CEO, Premier Literacy

Students are increasingly expected to function in a world of burgeoning digital content for reading, writing, studying and research delivered on multiple technology platforms such as Chromebooks, PC’s, Mac’s and Google using Internet access from any location.  A LIVE presentation of Premier’s tools will demonstrate solutions on multiple platforms for flexible learning options for all students.

Video Modeling in the Special Education Classroom
Oct 21 @ 10:20 am – 11:20 am

Kellison Kohler,  Special Education Teacher, Jackson County ISD & Meegan Winters, Teacher Consultant, Jackson County ISD

In this session we’ll look at how you can use today’s technology (e.g., iPad, GoPro) to create high-quality videos for the purpose of video modeling in your special education classroom. Video modeling is beneficial for a variety of learners, especially individuals on the autism spectrum. We’ll also discuss the benefits of video modeling, how to share or access the videos you’ve created, and how our program has integrated video modeling across our campus. Our hope is that everyone who attends our session walks out feeling confident that they can film quality videos that can be used in their classroom.

When Helping Isn’t Helping: The Importance of Prompt Awareness
Oct 21 @ 10:20 am – 11:20 am

Rachael Langley, AAC Specialist, Eaton RESA

Often in education, there’s an unspoken drive to prompt, prompt, prompt students. Educators and para-educators with the best intentions of helping are often over-prompting learners and creating prompt dependency. Join this discussion on prompt hierarchies, prompt fading, and the role of modeling in learning new skills. The focus of this presentation is primarily how prompting relates to communication/AAC. However, participants will be challenged to apply these ideas to other areas of learning.  Join this discussion on prompt dependency, prompt hierarchies, prompt fading, and the role of modeling in learning new skills.
Access for ALL: AEM, OER and Digital Publishing Tools
Oct 21 @ 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Mike Marotta, ATP, RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Professional, Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC

Mobile devices are everywhere! But…how do we leverage the power of these tools to provide access to print materials for struggling students? This session will focus on Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) including: What are they? How to find them? How to use them? Another facet of digital materials is the new push for Open Educational Resources (OER) in the classroom. In fact, the US Department of Education has launched an entire campaign to get school districts using OERs (#GoOpen). While greater access to materials is positive, what about the accessibility of these materials for students that use AT? We will explore this new world of OER and the interoperability with our AT tools.

Participants will also learn strategies and tools available to let educators create and deliver materials to students and adults – regardless of the devices they are using. Bring your own technology to the session to enhance your learning experience. Participants will have opportunities to utilize apps, software and cloud based creation tools to create personalized, accessible educational materials for use in the classroom (and beyond!). In addition, the facilitator will guide the participants through strategies to create and manage customized electronic materials. Throughout the session, presenter and participants will engage in discussion about the core UDL principles, their relation to mobile devices and digital materials and strategies for digital publishing.

Adapt, Differentiate and UDLize with Google Slides!
Oct 21 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Kindy Segovia, OTR, Assistive Technology Coordinator, Kent ISD

Of course Google Slides is a terrific, cloud-based tool for presentations.  But it’s also an amazing tool for differentiation, engagement and UDL.  Embed multimedia, forms and links to outside content.  Create “adapted” adventures that take students down alternative paths and story lines.  Build quizzes from templates – think Jeopardy or Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” – or create your own self-correcting assessments.  Use to launch a differentiated lesson.  Join me to learn these and other interactive Google Slides tips and tricks.

Bookshare, Learning Ally, Free Web Tools – Who Comes Out On Top?
Oct 21 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Maria Jimenez, Coordinator of Media Services for Visually Impaired, Kent ISD

With the array of digital tools available to support students with print disabilities, it can be difficult to navigate the best options.  Bookshare is a terrific digital resource, with the largest online library.  Learning Ally provides high quality human-read audio content for these students.  A growing menu of free, online tools can provide access to standard web content for all students.    Join us to explore and experience the various features and navigate the choices that will meet the needs of your diverse students.





Customizing Communication Tools for Students
Oct 21 @ 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Kim Pyper, Occupational Therapist, Caledonia Schools & Megan Hojnacki, Speech and Language Pathologist, Caledonia Public Schools

Join us as we review the basics of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), discover or rediscover low to high tech supports, and aided language input. Learn how to put it all together to fill every student’s toolbox with practical strategies to bridge the communication gaps!

Soar with Symbaloo
Oct 21 @ 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Leslie Edison, Elementary Instructor, Forest Hills Public Schools & Lisa Zuniga, Elementary Instructor, Forest Hills Public Schools

The Internet can be both our greatest resource, and our deepest curse. So much information, so fast! Where do you store it? How will you find it? Symbaloo is a tool to accomplish these goals, and to design them to specific needs. This visual bookmarking device can be a teacher’s webmix for one subject, a collaborative work for a team, an information guide to families, or a personal learning environment set up by students, and shared with their teachers.

Participants will learn what Symbaloo is, and how it works. Attendees will be given instructions to create their own Symbaloo accounts and webmixes, and be given time to experiment with special features. Finally, participants will be able to ask questions about further development of their webmixes, and be provided with a list of resources and tutorials to help them continue the process on their own.

Using Switches & Computers – Eliminate the Headaches!
Oct 21 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Mary Kay Anderson, Assistive Technology Consultant, Grand Rapids Public Schools

Computers and digital devices not only open doors to access, but allow students with significant disabilities to demonstrate untapped abilities.  But providing access can be overwhelming!  What type of switch should I use?  Where should I place it?  How does it connect to the computer?  What types of websites or activities can it interact with?  If you struggle to put the pieces together, then join us for an opportunity to get your hands on switches, adapters, and computer-based activities that will open doors for your physically challenged students.

Using Video to Demonstrate Knowledge
Oct 21 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Andrew Steinman, Educational Technology Consultant, Kent ISD

Are your students more concerned about video production value than content? Then this is the session for you! We will learn about strategies and tools you can use so that students quickly and effectively demonstrate knowledge through video. 
Having students use video to demonstrate knowledge sounds like a great idea, but students can easily lose focus of the content and worry more about the video production value. This session will help attendees utilize strategies and tools for creating quick student videos. The presenter will model all strategies and tools shared so that attendees will have experience from both the teacher and student perspective. Attendees will walk away with at least one activity they could use with students the very next day.

Digital Access to Content – YES! But, Is It Accessible – YIKES!
Oct 21 @ 2:10 pm – 3:10 pm

Kindy Segovia, Assistive Technology Supervisor, Kent ISD & Maria Jimenez, Visually Impaired Services Supervisor, Kent ISD

The need for online access to learning material is at an all-time high.  Teachers are encouraging students and parents to access content and information online, and digital content allows for more accessibility for diverse students.  Or does it?  It’s possible that the very tools and learning systems being used to support your teaching might be jeopardizing some students’ access and success.  With recent lawsuits, it is more important than ever that online learning content be selected or designed for access by all.  Join us for some tips and strategies that will help you choose accessible resources, and tweek your own resources to maximize user options.

Dying for Donations? Scraping for Supplies? Let Us Help You the Donor’s Choose Way
Oct 21 @ 2:10 pm – 3:10 pm

Ann Post, Special Education Teacher, Grand Rapids Public Schools & Christina Carbone, Elementary Teacher, Grand Rapids Public Schools

You have the ideas, you have the plans, you have the determination – but you don’t have the funds!  Maybe you’re tired of spending your own money?  Or tired of begging your district for money they don’t have?  Join us to learn some effective strategies for tapping into Donor’s Choose, an online charity that posts and tracks teacher project requests.  We have successfully funded a variety of projects and initiatives, infusing our classroom with assistive technology and other resources that had no hope of funding.  Leave with tips, both do’s and don’ts to increase your chances of posting a successful request and getting your project funded!

Sketchnoting: Noodling and Doodling Unite!
Oct 21 @ 2:10 pm – 3:10 pm

Mary Ottenwess, Instructional Technology Specialist, Catholic Central High School

Sketchnoting is a method of note-taking that includes visual elements within, throughout and sometimes instead of text-based notes. This method of visual note-taking, sometimes called purposeful doodling, helps students learn to listen for the important points in a lesson and to represent them in a way that will better solidify those details in memory. We’ve all heard the phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words” and how many of us look at the pictures instead of reading the words in those oh-so-helpful user manuals? Let’s learn how to put those visual concepts into everyday practice. We will discuss the various elements that are used in sketchnoting, the different patterns that can be utilized and the tools and gear used for the technique. You will also get a chance to try out sketchnoting for yourself. No drawing skills required!

There’s an App for That!: Affordable Apps to Enhance Speech-Language Treatment and Carryover
Oct 21 @ 2:10 pm – 3:10 pm

Melissa Hoffmann, SLP, ATP, Mary Free  Bed Rehabiliation Hospital

This session for SLPs on a shoestring budget will cover inexpensive ($0-2.99) iPad apps that can be used by speech-language pathologists during treatment sessions to enhance and reinforce tasks utilized to attain therapeutic goals as well as for carryover of treatment between therapy sessions. It will be applicable for clinicians working with a school-aged population with a wide range of goals. Specific areas of emphasis include apps that address: 1) General treatment application, 2) Voice, 3) Child Language and Speech, 4) Cognition, 5) Sensory, 6) Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 7) Engaging the Challenging Client 8) Carryover/”Homework”. It will also address Evidenced-Based Practice and the Use of Apps.