On November 19, 2014, the SPDG sponsored its second ASPIRE Innovative Practices Forum at Middle Georgia College in Macon, Georgia. Two hundred administrators, teachers, students and parents participated in a day of sharing focused on strategies and innovative ideas used to implement the ASPIRE (Active Student Participation Inspires Real Engagement) Project. Presentations featured how speech language pathologists can support the work of ASPIRE, students with a variety of special needs discussing the benefits of participation, implementing ASPIRE in a GNETS and using assistive technology, to name a few. The agenda provides access to most of the presentations.
Innovative Practices Forum Agenda and handouts: https://gaspdg.org/file/aspireinnovativepracticesforumcombinedagendadocx