In my district, all of the school psychologists help with professional development by providing workshops from time-to-time throughout the school year. The latest topics are Universal Design for Learning(UDL) and Response to Intervention (RTI).
I'd like to know if anyone who does professional development related to instructional technology is collaborating with other disciplines to provide workshops on these topics. I recently spent some time with one of my school districts instructional technology specialist and found her input to be valuable.
To be effective, UDL efforts require that all teachers are pretty good at technology integration. For RTI to work, good data collection and data representation needs to be in place. For example, Inspiration's InspireData could be a tool to use for documenting interventions and progress-monitoring.
I've posted some resources about RTI and UDL on my TechPsych
Over the past couple of years, I've used some of my blog posts as resources for teachers.
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