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Future of Ed Tech Inclusion & Special Education

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For visionaries in special education and student support services, including state and local special education directors, assistant superintendents, pupil services administrators, service providers (occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists), educators, counselors, consultants, technologists, and assistive technology specialists

  • Explore the latest application of assistive and instructional technologies to meet the needs of K-12 students with disabilities in all settings, including Universal Design for Learning tools that can help differentiate instruction and increase academic achievement
  • Discover software and technologies in the areas of reading, writing, math, science, executive functioning, communication, access, and behavior to serve all students through a multitiered system of supports
  • Gain best practices for matching technology to students’ needs and successful strategies for using technology to accommodate students in the classroom

See what our Alumni
have said about FETC:

Future of Ed Tech Inclusion & Special Education Track Orientation
Join us for this kick-off led by special education and inclusive learning experts to help you navigate FETC's program offerings and meet peers with similar interests. You’ll hear what’s on the horizon for inclusive practices and special education, and gain strategies to make the most of your time at FETC.

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Special Ed

Featured Speakers

Carol Allen

Carol Allen
Education Advisor:
Technology and Inclusion, ICT and Inclusion


Kim Hodges

Kim Hodges
Chief Accessibility Officer,
AKEA Web Solutions

Mike Marotta

Mike Marotta
Assistive Technology Specialist,
Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC

Dan Phillips

Dan Phillips
Director,
Technology Resource Center of Marin


Mary Schillinger

Mary Schillinger
Form Deputy Superintendent,
Las Virgenes Unified School District;
Educational Consultant, Collaboration for Success

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We know you’re excited to attend FETC but sometimes persuading your supervisor can be challenging. If they need convincing that FETC will be transformative for you and your school, we’ve prepared this letter to help you.

Simply copy the content to an email or download the Word document, customize as you see fit, and send it on for approval. The reasons for coming and the expenses are itemized, so your supervisor will know exactly why you want to come and what it will cost.

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