Meeting Archive:
The Freedom Series: Empowering Independence and Untethered Learning For Students With Moderate to Severe Disabilities.


Meeting Description:

Speech Dude Series - Part 1: In this presentation, participants will be introduced to a wide variety of innovative technology tools that can support independence and untethered learning for students with moderate to severe disabilities. We will focus on apps and social media resources that level the communication field for students who struggle. We will provide simple implementation strategies with special emphasis on high school aged and transitional students.

Session Level:  Beginner 

Participants will also receive:

  • A certificate of attendance
  • A 10% discount on any AbleNet assistive technology products (this promotion does not include curriculum products)
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Details
Date: Mon, Apr 22, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM CDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Jennifer Courduff, PH.D. and Chris Wenger, CCC-SLP
 Presenter Information
Jennifer Courduff, Ph.D.
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Jennifer Courduff is an Associate Professor at Azusa Pacific University where she develops courses and teaches in the Master of Arts: Digital Teaching and Learning program. She is an active member of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), and advocates for the needs of special education teachers in several professional learning communities. Her research and presentations focus on technology integration within inclusive learning environments and mobile learning.


Chris Wenger, CCC-SLP
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Christopher M. Wenger is an ASHA-certified speech-language pathologist.  He received a master’s degree in education (with emphasis in mild/moderate disabilities) from Cal State San Bernardino in 2005, and a master’s degree in communicative disorders from Cal State Northridge in 2011.  Chris has a strong background in working with individuals with learning disabilities and in program improvements for high school students.  Additionally, he holds an AT/AAC certificate from West End Selpa.  He has a broad experience in working with technology integration for individuals with special needs.