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Welcome to the MATNOnline Wiki!

 

The goal of this wiki is to provide educators in Maryland (and beyond!) with resources to support the education of all students in a Universally Designed for Learning Classroom and to support students with disabilities with the use of Assistive Technology.

 

This wiki is a resource for sharing information about Assisitive Technology in Education.  It is a place for you to find resources and to share resources as well.  Click on the edit tab on any page to add information.  For more information about wikis in general, check out this page on using Wikis to Support Student Achievement.

Take a look at some of the major sections of this wiki! 

Athlete Congress

 

 

 

MATN Institutes

UDL

Curriculum Materials and Lesson Plans, Toolkits,

Accessible Books and E-Texts, Karen Janowski's UDLTechtoolkits

Assistive Technology (AT)

News, blogsPresentations, Comparison Charts, Software & Tools, How-To's, Resources, Reutilization

Web 2.0 Tools to Support Student Achievement

Alternative Augmentative Communication (AAC)

Resources, Vocabulary, PDO Course, Parents

Interactive Whiteboards for Special Education

Workshops & Events

Local (AT:LAST), Online

Learning FUN for Students
Parent Resources

Early Childhood - Coming Soon!

Autism Resources

MATN Webinar Series 

 

MATNOnline
 

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For up to date information on the AT Cycle, including AT Considerations, visit MATNOnline, a joint venture from John Hopkins University and the Maryland State Department of Education.

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