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Boom-ing into Data Collection

Special education teachers and related service providers are tasked with developing and maintaining high-quality data to support student progress towards goals. This means that the burden of exploring options to collect high quality data is on educator preparation programs (EPPs) and personnel. Beyond teaching how to write legally defensible goals and maintain high-quality data sheets from them, EPPs must also provide pre-service teachers with the skills to create and/or find resources to assess the assigned goals. Boom Cards™ by Boom Learning are interactive task cards that can be used in the brick-and-mortar classroom and virtually to provide teachers and related service providers with meaningful feedback for progress towards goals.
A clock (which can be used as an Assistive Technology) and words saying "Time Management"

FOCUS To-Do Increases Time Management Skills in Pre-Service Teachers

This is post 7 of 9 in the series “Assistive Technology” Assisting Teachers in Understanding Assistive Technology: What Recent Research Says Introducing the Assistive Technology Blog Series Preparing Pre-Service Educators to Make AT Decisions 3 Key Questions When Considering Assistive…
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Supporting Online Reading Using Assistive Technology

This is post 6 of 9 in the series “Assistive Technology” Assisting Teachers in Understanding Assistive Technology: What Recent Research Says Introducing the Assistive Technology Blog Series Preparing Pre-Service Educators to Make AT Decisions 3 Key Questions When Considering Assistive…
A group of college students sitting in a classroom having a conversation around how to teach online

Affinity Group Reflection: How Are We Preparing Teachers to Teach Online?

This is post 9 of 9 in the series “Affinity Group: Preparing teachers to teach online” Preparing Pre-service Teachers for Hybrid/Online Learning Offering FAPE in Online Settings: Implications for Teacher Education Jamming with Jamboard in Your Higher Ed Classroom Using…