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Technology & Transition
Sponsored By:
Join us for a 4-Part Virtual Training with:
Dr. Alfred W. Daviso III, Ph.D.
There are approximately 2.7 billion smart phone user and 1.35 billion tablet users. The average American
checks their phone every twelve minutes and 90% of mobile time is spent on apps. 57% of all digital media
use comes from mobile apps. Many users are adults and students.
These training sessions will introduce attendees to different apps for facilitating successful transition in the
areas of employment, education and independent living for the transition student.
Dr. Alfred Daviso is a Professor at the University of Akron, the LeBron James Foundation School of Education.
He is an instructor of special education there since 2004. He is the co-conference planner for DCDT and has
published many professional articles.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
FOR REHABILITATION
LEADERSHIP (NARL)
October 27TH 12PM-2PM CST
Introduction to Apps using SAMR
and TPACK Models
NRA JOB
PLACEMENT &
DEVELPOMENT
DIVISION
MINNESOTA
REHABILITATION
ASSOCIATION
(MRA)
MRA TRANSITION
SPECIALTIES
DIVISION
November 24th 12pm-2pm CST
Apps for Employment, Job Seeking,
and Interview Skills
December 15th 12pm-2pm CST
Apps for Time Management &
Organizational Skills for College
and Employment
January 26th 12pm-2pm CST
Apps to Promote Self-Determination
and Independent Living
Register online with EventBrite: https://technologyandtransitionmn.eventbrite.com
Cost: $75 for all 4 sessions; or $30 per individual session
*FREE to MN VRS, Community Partners, and Educators (Registration is still required).
Thank you to MN VRS for their generous support!
CRC Credits have been applied for.
**For questions about this training please contact Ellen Sokolowski at ellen.sokolowski@iowa.gov.

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