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Are you curious about the free Microsoft tools that are available to educators and how they can be used to support students with disabilities in the classroom? Microsoft offers a variety of features that can help students improve reading skills, enhance comprehension, and boost overall academic performance. Join Dr. Samantha Fecich for this timesaving, to the point session and discover how Microsoft tools can be used to help students who are struggling with reading and writing, including students with special needs. In addition, you will also walk away with practical tips and strategies for classroom use, so you start using them right away! Get ready to ready to level the playing field for students with disabilities in your classroom! Samantha’s expertise in special education will provide you with the resources you need to harness the power of Microsoft tools to boost your students’ confidence and achieve academic success!

Key Takeaways:

  1. Explore free Microsoft tools and features that can support students with disabilities in improving their reading skills, including Immersive Reader, Dictation, and Learning Tools.
  2. Discover practical strategies for integrating these tools into your classroom to create a more inclusive learning environment for all students, regardless of their abilities or challenges.
  3. Learn how to customize Microsoft tools to meet the individual needs of students with disabilities, providing them with access to accessible and engaging learning materials.
  4. Gain insights into the ethical considerations and best practices for using technology to support students with disabilities, including issues of privacy, equity, and accessibility, and learn how to navigate these challenges responsibly.


Participants will have communication and collaboration and opportunities throughout the training to demonstrate their understanding of the workshop objectives and reflect on their learning.

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