Margaret McAughan and Catherine Swaim, “The Assistive Technology Report: Evaluation to Implementation”

After the AT assessment is completed and the report is written, many team members have difficulty in taking the next step – taking the recommendations in the report and implementing them in the classroom. Margaret McAughan and Catherine Swaim shared a rubric that they use to assist their school teams with this process.

Click the following link to listen to the interview in your web browser, or subscribe through your favorite MP3 aggregator.

Margaret McAughan and Catherine Swaim’s Interview


6:46 minutes, 6.20 MB

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