MassCUE’s New SIG: Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology SIG

Are you using Assistive Technology in your classroom or school? Would you like to connect with other educators who are using these tools and developing best practices and resources?

Join MassCUE’s new Assistive Technology Special Interest Group (SIG)!

This group will provide educators with the opportunity share experiences and discuss new and existing tools in the Assistive Technology realm. The Assistive Technology SIG is open to educators of every grade, instructional leaders and coaches, special educators and specialized service providers. Meetings will be held virtually on a bi-monthly basis.

There are more tools available now than ever before to help students with moderate disabilities become more independent learners. Let’s work together to share information and best practices to support student learning!

To learn more about this new special interest group at MassCUE, visit the Assistive Technology SIG page on our website.


About MassCUE Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

MassCUE Special Interest Groups (SIGs) represent a growing network of connected educators, serving every grade level and subject area. Our objective is to transform education by sharing, collaborating and providing professional growth opportunities that affect best practices.

We encourage new SIGs to consider focusing on using 21st Century tools to promote critical thinking and globalization. No matter the type of SIG, the focus should be to develop pedagogy that integrates technology, improving teaching and learning. MassCUE SIGs provide the opportunity for educators to achieve this goal throughout our organization and state.

View a complete list of MassCUE SIGs and learn more about the MassCUE SIG Coordinator.



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