25 November 2013

OneNote launch at Samuel Hearne & Success at Council for Exceptional Children Ontario conference

Another school launches into the OneNote pilot project

Grade 7 HSP students at Samuel Hearne M.S. had their first OneNote session today. The students are part of the AT team's OneNote project, supporting intermediate students with organization and transitions.

Here's the top 8 list from Samuel Hearne's students following their first tech session using OneNote.Click on the photo to see a larger picture of the list. 

SEA Team Success at CEC Conference

On Friday November 22nd, six members of our SEA Team presented at the Council for Exceptional Children Conference in Niagara Falls.  All three groups presented about ways to use an Interactive to support student success. Participants in these sessions were actively engaged and responded very positively to information presented.

“From Binders to the Board: Independent Activity Schedules and the Interactive Whiteboard” was presented by (left to right in photo) Christina Mathura (Assistive Technology Itinerant Teacher, TDSB); Heidi Mitchell  (ASD Consultant, Surrey Place Centre) and Carol Gaghadar (ASD Consultant, TDSB).

Supporting Students' Learning Needs with an Interactive Whiteboard” was presented by Lisa Mast and Andrea Statton (Assistive Technology Itinerant Teachers, TDSB).

“Using the Promethean Interactive Whiteboard to Support Executive Functioning” was presented by Valia Reinsalu, Etienne Mercieca and Renee Keberer (Assistive Technology Itinerant Teachers, TDSB).
If you missed these exciting and informative sessions and are interested in learning how to use your Interactive Whiteboard to support student learning needs please check out our YouTube Channel “Tech and Special Ed”.

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