2006 Conference General Sessions

CONSIDERING AT IN THE IEP: TO BE OR NOT TO BE

 

 

Presenter(s)

Amy Ellis
Southwest Human Development
2850 N 24th Street
Phoenix Arizona 85008

Day Phone: 602-266-5976
Fax: 602-468-3406
Email: aellis@swhd.org

Presenter #2
Froma Cummings
Arizona Department of Education
1535 W. Jefferson, Bin #24
Phoenix AZ 85007
Day Phone: 602-364-2196
Fax: 602-542-5405
Email: fcummin@ade.az.gov

 

Presenter #3
First Name: Jolene
Last Name: Madden
Scottsdale Unified School District
10388 N. 135th Way
Scottsdale AZ 85259
Day Phone: 480-203-5078
Fax: 480-484-5106
Email: jmadden@susd.org

Presenter #4
First Name: Barbara
Last Name: Hendrickson
Washington Elementary School District
8610 N. 19th Ave.
Phoenix AZ 85021
Day Phone: 602-347-2162
Fax: 602-347-2120
Email: bhendri@cw.wesd.k12.az.us

Laws require Assistive Technology be considered in the IEP but they do not tell us how. A systematic form has been created by AT Specialists in Arizona and field tested in seven districts. This form will be discussed and copies provided for participants to use.


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