SETC Online Course
In a preschool classroom, most learning happens through play. Through play, children learn language, literacy, motor skills and how to relate to the world around them. If they are unable to use sight or hearing to explore play, the environment can be adapted to optimize learning. If they are unable to speak or move independently, the environment can to be adapted for greater access to learning experiences. In a classroom of six or more preschoolers, a team may need to adapt learning activities to address many areas of challenge. How can a classroom be set up to meet such diverse needs? This class will break down the basics on assistive technology in the preschool classroom. You will learn how to adapt toys, art supplies and games for all abilities. We will look at low and high tech communication options that can be used for all communication levels. Time and money are always big barriers so lets figure out ways to adapt your classroom within these limitations.