"Tell Us What You Know" 

Exploring AAC and education interventions for students with communication and learning needs.

It’s conference time in Tennessee!!!

The 13th Annual Tennessee Association for Assistive Technology (TAAT) Conference will return to the beautiful Franklin Marriott Cool Springs Conference Center on November 29-30, 2018. We will be covering all aspects of AT in the educational setting, but will specifically address the use of Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) to support our learners who struggle with communication difficulties.

View all the presentation slides and handouts on our LiveBinders site: http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=2437223

We are excited to have Lori Binko, special educator and creator of the amazing LessonPix program, kicking off our program with a general session on introducing core vocabulary for students in the inclusion setting.

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The conference brings together special educators, administrators, therapists, parents, college students, and AT specialists to share strategies, new information, practical ideas, and the latest tools and trends in AT for use in the classroom.  Vendors will be onsite to demonstrate their programs and products and answer questions.

Your registration includes:

  • The opportunity to earn up to 10 continuing education contact hours / CEUs (provided by the AAC Institute)

  • A choice of more than 40 AT and AAC related sessions taught be skilled clinicians, K-12 educators, AT Specialists, and faculty from universities across the state

  • Access to exhibitors in our Exhibit Hall on Thursday, November 29th.

  • Complimentary breakfast and refreshment breaks both days

Participation at TAAT offers an opportunity to learn from others in similar practice, expand your professional network, share ideas and resources, and deepen your knowledge and skills base for the use of school-based assistive technologies!  Topics include AAC use, assessment accommodations, supports for classroom accessibility, early intervention, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), 3-D printing technologies, mobile devices, apps for academic support, Autism supports, differentiating instruction with AT, strategies and tools for transition, and more...                                

The TAAT Conference offers low fees, free registration for one administrator per district when attending with their staff, and a group discount program.  Complimentary CEUs are provided by The AAC Institute

To register by mail, complete the PRINTABLE REGISTRATION FORM and fax/mail as directed.
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