PowerPoint has amazing potential for use as assistive technology. It can support independent practice, provide numerous onscreen choice-making activities, and even be used as an AAC tool! Is this something you care to learn about? If so, please leave me a comment to let me know. I’m happy to share if there is interest.
Next month I’m presenting a workshop on ways to maximize PowerPoint for assistive technology in the classroom. The Northwest Augmentative Communication Society is graciously allowing me to present at their April evening seminar. Of course, my first choice would be for you to be able to come join us in person. But distance is an issue for many. So I’d love to strike up conversation here on the blog about the material being shared-- you can learn some cool tricks with PowerPoint to use with your students and share with me the areas I need to clarify better. It’s a win-win situation.