2009 Powered Up For Participation Conference

The Powered Up For Participation Conference is being held this week in Bathurst and Dubbo, located in central western New South Wales.

Powered Up For Participation Program – Bathurst

Powered Up For Participation Program – Dubbo

While I was unable to attend the conference in person, it has been great to have been able to deliver two workshops at the conference – Assistive Technology All Day Every Day Parts 1 & 2 – via the Spectronics online training facility.

Here is a copy of these presentations:

AT All Day Every Day Parts 1 & 2

If you would like a copy of this presetation sent to you on CD contact me at grego@spectronicsinoz.com

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Cheers

Greg

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About Greg O'Connor

Greg has been actively involved in supporting the learning of people with diverse learning needs for over 30 years. During this time he has worked as a classroom teacher, school executive, district consultant and regional manager with the New South Wales Department of Education and Training, Australia. Greg’s areas of interest and expertise include supporting people with complex needs, challenging behaviours and autism, and literacy support technologies for people with diverse learning needs. He is passionately committed to the use of inclusive and instructional technologies to support the learning of ALL students in school and post school settings. Greg presents at national and international conferences, provides training and consultancy across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia, is currently a committee member of NSW Australian Association of Special Education, and is the Professional and Consultancy Services Manager at Spectronics.

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