Project Participate trains educators, families and other professionals across
North America to recognize the value of active participation as well as the
applications of technology in the classroom.
School teams throughout the state of Colorado can receive intensive on-site
consultation and technical assistance from Project Participate. In the natural
context of the classroom, we guide teams to overcome barriers to student
involvement, write pertinent functional goals, work collaboratively and
integrate technology into curricula. On-site efforts focus on establishing
school wide systems that support students with diverse needs.
Project Participate offers customized teacher in-services to individual schools
and districts. Topics include strategies to increase participation, maximizing
the use of paraeducators, designing meaningful learning activities, fostering
teamwork, using technology effectively in the classroom, planning for diverse
learners, documenting daily participation and Individual Education Plans (IEPs).
Project Participate frequently offers full and half day workshops at
national and state conventions including the Closing the Gap, American
Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), Utah Augmentative Alternative Assistive
Communication and Technology, Partnerships for Assistive Technology with Indiana
Public Schools and the Colorado Inclusion conferences.
Project Participate collaborates with the PEAK Parent Center and Colorado
Department of Education to offer families free workshops.
Contact Us for more
University of Colorado Denver
13121 E. 17th Ave, C234
Aurora, CO 80045
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