All about low tech Supports: PVC pipe “make and take”
Complete Attendance not available before workshop starts.
Assistive Technology (AT) is any object, device or tool used to help students work around their challenges. Inexpensive equipment like PVC piping can support students to gain access to the curriculum. Join us to explore a variety of tools that can be created with PVC pipes, including eye gaze frames, adapted pencil/drawing supports, sensory/toy bars, and slant boards. Participants will leave the training with different no-tech/low tech tools for their classrooms.
Special Education Teachers, AT teams
Diversity and Special Needs Populations
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To avoid the charge, Staff Development contacts for this workshop must be notified in writing at least 3 business days prior to workshop date.
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