Monthly Archives: December 2020

DocuSign Smartphone Signature

With DocuSign we typically think of only using email to obtain a signature; however, the instructions and video tutorial linked here are for a workaround to send a document to a recipient (ie parent/guardian) who doesn’t have access to email, but does … Continue reading

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i3 Posts Changes/Updates

i3 posts changes/updates that have been to the website every month. Here is a link outlining the Special Education Updates for November 2020.

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Learning Boards

The Assistive Technology Team has been working on putting together “Learning Boards” in different areas of assistive technology this year.  These “Learning Boards” focus on different areas of assistive technology that we get a lot of questions about.  The “Learning … Continue reading

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Tech Tip: Pear Deck

Not sure how many of you saw the latest feature added to Pear Deck! It is one that we’ve been asking for. A shared teacher dashboard. Check out this blog post for more info:  When you are on the Teacher … Continue reading

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PREPaRE 3rd Edition Workshops 1 & 2

See the linked flyer for content descriptions, learning objectives, and target participants. Please note registration deadlines:  Workshop 1 – Registration due by 1/18/21 and Workshop 2 – Registration due by 2/15/21.    

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Connecting the Dots Workshop

Hello everyone, This is just a quick message to let you know that based on feedback from our advisory teams and many stakeholders, as well as discussions with Jenni Donohoo, Ann Mausbach & Diane Sweeney, we have decided to host … Continue reading

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2020-2021 Transition IEP Modules

Do you work with students ages 14 and older or know teachers that do?  These modules are designed to provide participants with an understanding of how to assess living, learning, and working, as a way to develop a transition plan … Continue reading

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