This module serves as "the next step" in assisting teams when using the WATI AT assessment process to determine a student's need for assistive technology (AT) for reading. This module should follow "Reading - WATI - Part I." In that module, information about the student, environment and tasks regarding the student's ability to read and comprehend text is collected and documented on the WATI AT Decision-Making Guide. This module continues with the next step, which is to identify potential AT reading tools.
- What's Included
- 62 pages
- Optional $25 certficate
- Describe the last four components of the WATI AT Decision-Making Guide, including solution generation, solution selection, implementation planning and follow-up.
- Identify the steps and responsibilities of team members for implementing trials of AT tool(s) for reading.
- Identify and describe some of the low- to high-tech AT tools from the continuum of considerations for AT for reading.
- Identify resources for reading tools, apps and devices to match their features and functions to student needs.
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