Keyboarding for All - A UDL Approach
Join us for this in-person, hands-on workshop and learn how to teach a language-based keyboarding curriculum with a UDL approach.
- Do your students have to turn in typewritten work? Is typing an IEP accommodation for them? Probably YES.
- Do your students know how to type? Can they learn, and learn well, at school? Probably NO.
We’ve been efficiently and effectively teaching 4th-10th grade kids to type for over a decade. Come learn what we do, so you can do it too. Get hands-on practice, detailed lesson plans, and essential support materials.
Instructor: Jennifer McDonald-Peltier, MS, ATP, has been teaching keyboarding for the past 13 years, as part of her job as Assistive Technology Specialist for the Center For Accessible Technology.
Location: Center For Accessible Technology, Suite 220, at the Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St, in Berkeley. This is the same location as the Ashby BART station.
Price: $75/participant (Minimum 8 participants)
Payment options (check/credit card) will be included in your confirmation email.