TCEA – February 1-5, 2016 – Austin, TX
At its annual conference, the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) brings together campus- and district-level educators to explore the role of technology in achieving best practices in teaching and learning.
This year’s conference will feature more than 900 industry expert and peer-led presentations on technology integration across all curricula areas for pre-K through higher education.
Do you support students with print disabilities, such as learning or physical disabilities or visual impairments? Will you be attending TCEA?
The Accessible Books for Texas (ABT) team will be on hand in Booth #1856 to demonstrate how Bookshare can help these students succeed in reading, both in school and beyond. Look for Karen Beard, Matt Hattoon, Katie Sisk and Jeanie Bell. We also invite you to attend these Bookshare presentations at TCEA:
Exhibitor Showcase – “Me Too! Tools to Help Students with Reading Barriers Succeed in School”
Wednesday, February 3, 8:00-9:00 a.m.
Location: Room M2
Session Type: 60-minute BYOD
Presenter: Matt Hattoon
“Fast, Easy Access to Learning Materials for Students with Print Disabilities”
Thursday, February 4, 3:30–5:00 p.m.
Location: Room 8C
Session Type: 90-minute BYOD
Presenter: Karen Beard
Texas educators, be sure to ask about the Accessible Books for Texas initiative. This on-the-ground outreach program provides Texas public K-12 educators, parents, and students with training in how to get the most out of Bookshare.
This project is funded by the Texas Education Agency, and there is no cost to participate. Why not schedule a training session for your school?