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Managing Behavior in a Technology Rich Environment
Technology is a powerful tool and one that is available in most classrooms today. However, along with technology comes increased concerns about managing behaviors in regards to screen time, engagement, and appropriate technology use.

How do you navigate the wide variety of tools that are available to figure out which will work best in your classroom to increase students' time on task, participation, and access to content? This session will start with a look at how behaviors have changed with the introduction of technology and then move into tools for self-monitoring time on task, increasing student engagement, and providing more access to the content you are teaching.

Session Level: Beginner

You will receive a post-webinar email 24-hours after the completion of the session with a link to the certificate of attendance.

Jul 23, 2020 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Cassie Frost
Cassie Frost, M.Ed has been in the special ed field for 14 years and has taught in a variety of settings. Cassie’s focus has been on behaviors and emotions and how those can affect progress through the educational system. Her background in behavior and emotional needs have lead her to look at technology and AT in a unique way. Cassie is currently a full-time AT Specialist in the public school system. Cassie consults with students and adults in the area of behavior and AT to identify and design systems of support that enable independence and improved emotional and behavioral outcomes. Cassie has provided training at the state and national level, including Closing the Gap, the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA), the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). She has experience working with individual districts as well as presenting at local, state, and national conferences focusing on AT, social and emotional learning, and special education.