Special Education Technology Center

The Special Education Technology Center (SETC) assists school teams in building their capacity to support diverse students while promoting access to learning through the integrated use of technologies across learning environments.

SETC provides the following services:

  • AT consultation for collaborative technology planning for specific students whose disabilities require that they use some form of assistive technology in order to fully access their education.

  • AT hardware and software lending library including adapted toys, switches, AAC devices and apps, alternative keyboards, eye gaze devices, environmental control and supports designed for students with learning disabilities.

  • Online and in-person professional development opportunities on topics such as assistive technology processes, Inclusive practices, including Universal Design for Learning practices, AAC, alternative computer input, as wells as software, app and extension solutions to meet the needs of diverse learners.

A new accessibility resource website for educators and families

NEW!!! FALL 2021 Book Study Series

Universal Design Daily: 356 Ways to Teach, Support, & Challenge ALL Learners

Author: Dr. Paula Kluth

Facilitated by SETC Staff

Inclusive Learning 365: Ed Tech Strategies for Every Day of the Year

Authors: Christopher Bugaj, Karen Janowski, Mike Marotta, Beth Poss

Facilitated by SETC Staff

Previously Recorded Book Studies

The Special Education Technology Center is funded by OSPI and administered by Central Washington University

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