Have It Your Way with Google Chrome - Supports for Executive Functioning

Have It Your Way with Google Chrome - Supports for Executive Functioning

Join us for a webinar on Dec 13, 2017 at 12:00 PM CST.

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According to WebMD.com "Executive Function is a set of mental skills that help you get things done." When students struggle in an area of executive functioning school work, self-esteem, and relationship can suffer. Google Chrome Web browser offers students easy, accessible anywhere tools for support. In addition, participants will be introduced to the SETT model when gathering information for technology selection.
Outcomes:
1. Participants will be able to list areas of Executive Functioning. 2. Participants will be able to list common Google Chrome Web Browser tools to support Executive Functioning Skills.
3. Participants will be able to use the SETT model to gather information and determine technology tools to support executive functioning.

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Presenter: Jennifer Skalitzky, AT Specialist

Jennifer will be presenting this webinar.
Jennifer works for UCP-Infinitec as an Assistive Technology Facilitator.  She coordinates webinars, performs collaborations, and provides trainings.   Jennifer received a Bachelor's degree in Communication Disorders from Eastern Illinois University and received a M.S. in Disability and Human Development from the University of Illinois - Chicago (UIC).  Her area of specialization was Rehabilitation/Assistive Technology, and she completed a Graduate Assistantship with UIC's Assistive Technology Unit (ATU).  After graduation she worked for UIC's ATU where she supported students and adults using AAC devices.  In addition, she has worked at Northwest Suburban Special Education Organization (NSSEO) as an Assistive Technology Facilitator.  While there she supported the assistive technology needs of students with severe physical disabilities, students with Autism and learning disabilities.  She also supported staff through trainings and the implementation of assistive technology.  In the past, Jennifer has been an adjunct teacher at Lewis University and taught the undergraduate and graduate class on Assistive Technology for the Special Education Department.