This workshop is the result of research with exemplary special education teachers who deeply understand what it takes to integrate technology into learning in creative, intentionally serendipitous ways. The workshop is founded on the discovery of a critical need to access free and low cost resources and use of these resources with diverse learners. As a group, special education teachers tend to integrate technology into learning activities less than regular education teachers (Courduff & Szapkiw, [in press]; Courduff 2014; Edyburn, 2009). There is good reason for this. Due to the [ Read More ]

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