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Project KITE (Kids Included through Technology are Enriched) is a series of three FREE workshops that bring together teams of educators, parents, and children to learn about assistive technology designed to enhance learning and increase inclusion of students with disabilities. Teams receive valuable trainings and resources, including the loan of an iPad loaded with useful apps and a free membership to the Simon Technology Center’s assistive technology lending library.

Each team is built around a focus child (aged 3-8) and consists of:

  • A parent of a child with disabilities
  • A classroom teacher
  • A related service provider working with the child (Example: special education teacher, speech therapist, paraprofessional, occupational therapist, etc.)

The deadline for applications is Oct. 20, each team member must apply individually. For more information, email Elizabeth Barry or call 952.838.9000.

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