Upcoming webinars from Think College! The next one is coming
up on January 27th – register now! The cost for each one hour
webinar is $45.00, and all registrants has access to the live
webinar as well as a recording to listen to later.
REGISTER early, space is limited.
Using Technology to Support College Students with Intellectual Disabilities Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 3-4 pm Eastern Presented by: Lori Cooney, Think College and Phyllis Brodsky, University of Arizona
Two well-respected technology experts will share the benefits
of using emerging technologies and educational trends in
secondary and postsecondary education by providing a plethora
of examples of Web 2.0 tools and specific apps on mobile
devices to enhance learning in TPSID programs. Success stories
about student and programmatic use of these technologies will
also be highlighted.
Participatory Action Research Monday, February 23, 2015, 3-4
pm Eastern Presented by: Maria Paiewonsky, Think College
This session will describe how college students with
intellectual disabilities are conducting research into their
experiences in college using Participatory Action Research
strategies. Examples of research studies that have been
conducted will be discussed, and a free downloadable guide to
supporting participatory action research on college campuses
will be shared.
Inclusive Campus Communities Tuesday, March 24, 2015, 3-4 pm
Eastern Presented by: Melissa Jones, Northern Kentucky
University and Molly Boyle, Think College
Several people working in postsecondary education programs for
students with ID have been engaged in an ongoing discussion
related to the creation of truly inclusive campus communities.
In this webinar, they will share promising practices that
Vocational Rehabilitation Supports for College Students with
Intellectual Disabilities Thursday, May 21, 2015, 3-4 pm
Eastern Presented by: Maria Dragoumanos, Think College
Several Transition and Postsecondary Education Programs for
Students with ID (TPSID) projects have developed innovative
agreements with Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) in their
respective states. This webinar will share the details of
those agreements and give examples of how VR is supporting
postsecondary education for students with ID.