Hosted by Spectronics, the Inclusive Learning Technologies® Conference 2012 focuses specifically on “inclusive learning technologies” – technologies designed to advance independent achievement for people with disabilities and/or students with learning difficulties. It includes sessions looking at these technologies in the following three interest streams: Struggling Students*, People with Complex Communication Needs, and People with Disabilities.
(*What do we mean by “struggling students”? Here we are talking about students who are in Regular Ed settings but are struggling to keep up with the reading, writing or organisational tasks required of them. These students may be struggling because of learning difficulties. Alternatively, they could be one of the growing number of ESL (English as a Second Language) students in our schools and post-secondary institutions.)
Announcing the Call for Papers
If you would like to be considered for the exciting Inclusive Learning Technologies Conference 2012 Program you can submit your paper abstract here to gain an overview of the types of sessions the program will be featuring.
Submissions to contribute to the Inclusive Learning Technologies Conference 2012 Program close on Wednesday 31st August 2011. All abstracts must be submitted via the online application form – paper abstracts sent via email or post will not be considered.
Successful applicants will be eligible for one FREE three-day Inclusive Learning Technologies Conference 2012 registration valued at $750, and will be notified at the end of September 2011.
More info at the conference website.