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Wednesday, February 26 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
eSPECIALly useful tech for the Special Ed Classroom

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Special education teachers have a whole book of responsibilities. Daily student services, parent communication, IEP goal tracking, IEP meetings, and the inevitable surprise tasks is just the start of the list that fills a special education teachers day. While technology is a straightforward accommodation for some of the students needs that special education teachers serve, it can also be a supportive tool to help our teachers find success in their daily responsibilities. This session will focus on the tools special education teachers can use to streamline their daily processes and automate systems in their workload. Real examples of creation will be modeled and shown so that you can go back and start using these ideas instantly in your classroom. Everyone is welcome as ideas are transferable from Special Education teachers to general education classrooms.

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Mary Iwanski

STEM and Innovation Specialist, Merton Community School District
I am a STEM and Innovation coordinator in the Merton Community School District. I am a Google Innovator, Trainer, and Level 1 & 2 certified and have also been trained in Project Lead the Way Design and Modeling, Lead teacher for PLTW Launch, and attended Columbia Teachers College... Read More →


Wednesday February 26, 2020 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Epiphany (2nd Floor)