6 online sessions for student participation and learning.
This is a course designed to help children with all aspects of the writing process.
Sessions designed to motivate and encourage students.
Practical information with technology, and non-tech. ideas and information.
A step-by-step, scaffolded approach.
This is a pilot program. It will be a virtual, online program. The first one is being offered to a select group of students at no cost so that we can evaluate the effectiveness of the program. We ask that you (parent or guardian) are fully involved and provide the feedback that we need.
Parent participation is required for all online sessions.
Students will need two devices for this program:
1. One device for the Zoom call (this will be a group session - students and parents can see each other and talk to the group)
2. Another device (with keyboard and camera) for doing the writing activities.
To participate in this program the parent/guardian will need to sign a consent form.
I will be running this program together with two of my colleagues:
Mrs. Marcelle Niehaus
(Occupational Therapist, living and working in South Africa)
Mrs. Alison Soutter
(Speech and Language Therapist, living and working in the UK)
and me, Bridgette Nicholson,
(Occupational Therapist, living and working in the USA).
Dates to be announced
Time is the same on all dates
10AM USA Central
(Sorry we couldn't accommodate all time zones, but will be running more sessions later)
There are 6 sessions, approximately 45 minutes each.
Times are USA CDT / UTC -5. These sessions below are for those who have signed up already. There are no more spots available for these sessions listed above.
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Training by Bridgette Nicholson
Assistive Technology Consultant
Bridgette Nicholson has been an Occupational Therapist and Assistive Technology Consultant for over 34 years. She has provided direct services and consultation to school districts and organizations focusing on assistive technology, occupational therapy, and Universal Design for Learning. Currently, her focus is on the provision of intensive training for school district staff, educators, and parents on the need for full-classroom instructional programs. Programs include sensory-regulation and approaches in combination with highly effective technology use. In addition, focus is on the critical need for data-based decision-making for ongoing planning and effective implementation of strategies that work!