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Differentiating for All Students with Mobile Guided Access Capabilities (12/4/13)

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Length: Approx. 60 min.
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Dec. 4, 4 p.m. PT | 7 p.m. ET

“Differentiating for All Students with Mobile Guided Access Capabilities” presented by Jennifer Courduff, Asst. Professor, Azusa Pacific University, Calif.

The challenges of meeting the Common Core State Standards and achieving high academic performance benchmarks require educators to personalize, support and enhance instruction to meet every student where he or she is. In this webinar, you will explore the guided access capabilities of mobile devices and discover how they can complement other instructional technology in flexible, engaging learning environments that support improved outcomes for all.

Audience: Teachers, Tech Integration Specialists, Tech Coordinators, Media Specialists

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Jennifer Courduff

Bio: Dr. Jennifer Courduff is a Professor at Azusa Pacific University in the School of Education: Teacher Education. She teaches and develops courses for Azusa Pacific University's Master of Arts: Learning and Technology program. In this capacity, she works with pre- and in-service teachers in the process of deep integration of technology (including assistive technology) into learning activities. The focus of Dr. Courduff’s research is technology integration for teachers of students with disabilities. Her publications and presentations bring to light the unique technology integration challenges found in diverse learning environments. Most recently, she has developed a theory on exemplary technology integration in special education instruction. This theory extends the constructs of TPACK to more clearly define knowledge, skills, dispositions, and belief necessary for authentic technology integration to occur in special education instruction. Her theory has been applied to revision of in-service professional development assistive technology / augmentative alternative communication certificate training in the county of San Bernardino, and in pre-service coursework within the Learning and Technology Master’s at Azusa Pacific University. Dr. Courduff is dedicated to improving the preparation and ongoing support for systematic, authentic technology integration for teachers of all students. She has served as the chair of the Special Education sub-committee for ISTE TEN, and has presented similar sessions on accessibility though SIGml's lightening webinar series (January, 2013), ISTE's Mobile Learning Webinar series (December, 2013), and ISTE’s Professional Learning Series (February, 2016).