Printing PowerPoint from PDF
If you want to print a presentation to bring to the conference, you can choose to print more than 1 slide per page. In order to do this: 1) go to the File menu, click on Print; 2) under Page Sizing & Handling, select Multiple; 3) beside Pages per sheet, choose how many pages (slides) per sheet from the drop-down menu you want to print; 4) next, choose Horizontal or Vertical from the dropdown menu beside Page order to determine whether the slides will go across or down the page; 5) under Orientation, select whether you want your paper to print in Portrait or Landscape mode; 6) click on Print.
IDEAS 2014 Documents
IDEAS Course Credit
PLU and Contact hours can be downloaded from the Division for Special Education Services and Supports Conference Report website.
A Conduit for Change: Improving Family Engagement in Your School
A Good Match: Developing Standards-Based IEPs and Determining Accommodations
AAC CAMP: Collaboration, Communication and Core Words
Access to Analytic Geometry for High School SWSCD
Access to HS Math for SWSCD: Coordinate Algebra
Adapting Differentiated WebQuests for DHH Students
AT on the UDL Landscape
Attitude Adjustment: Successful Co-Teaching Strategies 101
Augmentative Communication in the Classroom
Autism: Need Help?
Autism Transitioning: Finishing the Puzzle
Beyond the FBA: Steps for Implementing Function-based Interventions
Bridging the Gap
Building Independence by Teaching Students to Self-Monitor
Building Partnerships for Student's Transition and Personal Success
Bulls Eye! Transition Practices
"Cell"-ebrate Science Without Worksheets
Change, Change, Change...BYOT and AT
Communication Peeled and Cored...In the Classroom!
Core For All
Co-Teaching Job Embedded Professional Learning: The Nuts and Bolts
Creating a Model Autism Classroom
Creating and Implementing an Inclusive, Interactive Circle Time
David's Sign Language Book
Don't Just Check That Box
Educators as Superheroes: Fighting Against the Disability Villain
Facilitating Content Instruction for Students on the Autism Spectrum
Free for All! Free Web Resources for All
Function Based Toolbox - Academic Success for ALL
IEPs: Up to Your Eyeballs in Alligators!
Impact of iPads on Student-led IEPs: Year 2
Implementing Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)
Interpreting Stories in Sign Language: Use of Space
Intro to Student Led IEPs
Introduction to Sign Language
Keep Calm and Teach SLO
Learn More Do More: Exploring Accessibility and Apps for Android
Life After High School for Young Adults with Mental Health Conditions
Making New High School Math Standards Meaningful
Managing Work-related Stress: A Guide for Educators
Music Therapy Works!
Navigating New Water: Inclusive College and University Programs
New Horizons: Transitioning to the World of Possibilities
Oh, No! MATH!
Oh, the Places They'll Go
On Your Mark, Get Set, PLAY! Exploring Adapted Recreation
Person Centered Planning Contributes to Successful Post School Outcomes
Processing Deficits and Specialized Instruction
Response to Intervention Redux
Roadblocks to Using Accessible Instructional Materials (AIMS)
Sensory Strategies for Attention and Focus
Speech Recognition – You Talk and Your Computer Listens
Start to Finish: Thematic Unit Planning
Statewide Collegial Study (Evidence-based Practices)
Supporting Multiple Disabilities through Differentiation
Teaching Instructional Behaviors in a Standards Based Classroom (SBC)
Teaching Stress Management to Students with Disabilities
Technology and Common Core
Technology, Expanding the Classroom
The Formative Assessment Toolbox Supports Achievement in Georgia
The Impact of Concussion on a Student
The PBIS Classroom
The ‘Write’ Apps for Note Taking (iPad Only Please)
Tools for Successful UDL Implementation
TouchChat for iPad
Transition to Life After High School for Young People with Mental Health Conditions
Using Learning Profiles to Specialize Instruction for Students
Utilizing Technology to Improve Classroom Behavior
Websites that Work 3
What is the SECRET to Family Engagement?
What's New in the World of Braille
Where are they Now and Are They Successful?
You Want Me To Do What?