Georgia Autism and Technical Assistance Program (GATTAP)
An opportunity for teachers of students with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities!
GATTAP trainings for the 2014-2015 school year are taking on an exciting new format! Teachers and therapists who sign up for each session will must:
Create a free account at Autism Internet Modules.
View the designated Autism Internet Module and bring the post-test to the meeting - this will count as 2 seat hours of professional learning (PL).
Attend the related 6 hour GATTAP meeting for expansion of the topic and related make-and-take activity (i.e. creating templates, visual supports, assistive technology boxes, etc.).
Submit a brief reflection and picture/statement of how information presented in the GATTAP session was applied in the classroom – 2 hours of PL.
When all three components of the training session have been completed, facilitators will award participants a certificate verifying 10 seat hours of professional learning.
GATTAP meetings are being held in the following locations: Albany, Augusta, Ellijay, Hinesville, and Perry. Training dates and topics include:
October 23 - Functional Communication
October 24 - Structured Teaching
January 29 - Functional Behavior Assessment
January 30 - Assistive Technology
Participants may register for all or targeted sessions as needed. To register, click on GATTAP Registration