Boardmaker Flash 15: Create a New Year's Goal Activity
Join Ali and Linsey to learn how to create an original Boardmaker activity to use in your learning environment. Regardless of your level of experience with Boardmaker, Flash 15 will set you up for success! Ali and Linsey will teach you how to create an innovative activity to use in your classroom or clinic-- or anywhere else you are using Boardmaker. Following the session, you'll have access to the activities right in the Boardmaker Community, found in the group "Flash 15 with Ali & Linsey." Want to get the most out of this session? We recommend that you watch a short video prior to joining (Learning Hub link below) so you're ready to lean into the creativity with Ali and Linsey!
Watch this short video before the live session: https://tobiidynavox-2.wistia.com/medias/dxee3b3ot7
Co-presenter Linsey Brown is from Long Island, NY. She is a mother of two young boys and has a background in teaching Special Education and Foreign Language in the State of New York. She has been working at Tobii Dynavox since 2014, currently as a Virtual Sales Consultant for Boardmaker. Linsey loves to come up with creative activities and supports that utilize Boardmaker and Picture Communication Symbols.
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Please note that courses are listed in Eastern Time (ET) America/New York
We strive to host inclusive and accessible events that enable all individuals to engage fully. Captioning in English is included for all of our trainings. To inquire about possible accommodations such an ASL interpreter or additional accessibility requests, please contact the Learning Team.
Training type Boardmaker
Presenter Ali Pettigrew Ali Pettigrew is a Learning Consultant and loves supporting AAC users, communication partners, professionals, and those with an interest in AAC. Ali’s professional career has allowed her to facilitate individualized student learning in a variety of settings, ranging from classrooms to summer camps, with a specialty for cultivating successful learning and communication strategies for students with brain injury and autism diagnoses. She currently resides in Chattanooga, TN.