SEA projects page

2014-2015
CART project student work C.A.R.T.
OneNote project wrap-up J.S. Woodsworth P.S. example
Switch on learning at Scarborough Village - Alternative Access project
OneNote pilot project: G.A.Brown M.S.
AT tools to try in 2015: OneNote
Alternative Access project update
ActivTable project: Working session
ActivTable project: Collaborate, communicate and engage
Curriculum and Resource Technology project (CART)
Why use A.T.? an overview of our projects
Fall Key to Learn session offerings list
Review of the A.T. team's YouTube station
OneNote pilot group grade 8s make the transition to high school
Infographic: Student profile - OneNote project

2013-2014
OneNote project Bowmore P.S. spotlight and phase 2 intermediate teacher session
Supporting student transitions into high school OneNote CL/ACL session
OneNote at secondary schools - Weston C.I. example
Read and Write Gold EQAO project Kingslake P.S.
OneNote curriculum connections - tagging in Geography Birch Cliff P.S.
OneNote favourite tools - Personal organization and transitions in Secondary
AT & Math project concludes Bring and Brag
OneNote pilot project conclusion Tecumseh P.S.
So you inherited a Promethean Board, now what? project DI & Math
Math Mission - using Probability language at Warren Park P.S.
AT team members present at O.A.M.E.
OneNote photos around the TDSB
OneNote Blantyre P.S. finishes project
OneNote embedded throughout GLE class Lawrence Park C.I.
OneNote cross-curricular at Tecumseh P.S.
Keeping track of tech: OneNote project Lawrence Park C.I.
The Math Mission update
Tecumseh P.S. - OneNote pilot session 2
Blantyre P.S. & Warden Ave. P.S. join Intermediate pilot
Lawrence Park C.I. launches OneNote pilot
Macklin P.S. and Tecumseh P.S. OneNote pilot updates
The Math Mission - A.T and Desire2Learn
Stephen Leacock C.I. has first OneNote session
OneNote project launches at Tecumseh P.S.
So you inherited a whiteboard, now what? project launch
EQAO pilot project launch

2012-2013
As our TDSB main site outlines, some of our supports include:
  • Assist schools in developing an assistive technology plan
  • Consult with schools regarding hardware and software needs
  • Implement an EQAO pilot project for student independence and use of AT 
  • Provide both curriculum PD and training sessions on assistive technology
  • Provide in class support for students and teachers to effectively incorporate technology into teaching activities
  • Provide board wide training sessions
  • Provide printed and video resources
Information for parents / community including training here.
More information for teachers / TDSB staff on our internal site.
TDSB staff and all forms and information regarding the Special Edcuation Amount.


Assistive Technology Questions?

Questions about putting together a SEA claim package?               
Checking a status of a claim.
Want to start using assistive technology in your school?
Questions about a specific student? 
Contact your SEA consultant.

Looking for forms to complete a SEA claim?
Want assistive software resources?
Need information about home use of SEA claim software?
Need information about transferring SEA equipment between schools?
Look on the SEA web site.


Need assistance developing a lesson plan using assistive technology for your class?
Fill out an Assistive Technology Team Referal Form found online at SEA website. (tdsbweb)

Interested in attending a PD session or on-line training session about assistive technology?
Check Key to Learn.
Want a quick answer to a specific software question?
Want input from other teachers?
Looking for resources and training dates?
Post and/or check the AT conference on TEL.
Surf the Assistive Training resource web page.

SEA equipment not working?
Need help with a technical issue?
Call the Enterprise HelpDesk at 416-395-HELP (4357) or make a request on-line at myehd.