Welcome to The Morning Buzz - our free summer webinar series.

Hosts: Bob Keller, Torrie Turner

Available sessions for each product are listed below. Click the button to select and register for the date you want.

You are welcome and encouraged to attend several sessions but you will need to submit a form for each one. You will receive a confirmation email soon after you submit which will include the information you need to join.

Participate in the live Q&A sessions. Follow along on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter using #MorningBuzzAT

Tue, 8/8/17, 7:30 am CDT
Thu, 8/10/17 10:00 am CDT

Wed, 8/9/17, 10:00 am CDT

Thu, 8/10/17, 7:30 am CDT
Fri, 8/11/17, 10:00 am CDT

Tue, 8/8/17, 10:00 am CDT
Wed, 8/9/17, 7:30 am CDT

Session Descriptions:

Snap&Read Universal Essentials
Bob Keller will show Snap&Read Universal, Don Johnston's Next-Generation reading tool for Google Chrome and iPad. Learn how Snap&Read Universal reads both accessible and inaccessible text across websites, Google Drive, Amazon Kindle Reader, and Bookshare. Dynamic Text Leveling supports helps students read complex text. Translation (100+ languages) supports ELL/ESL students. And study and outlining tools help students better comprehend content.

Co:Writer Universal Essentials
Bob Keller will show Co:Writer Universal, Don Johnston’s writing support that gives students access to the most powerful word prediction on their favorite devices (Chromebooks, iPads, and Mac/Windows desktops), over 4 million Topic Dictionaries, built-in speech recognition in Google Chrome, and incredible privacy-safe data collection.

First Author Writing Curriculum
Torrie Turner will explore First Author Writing Curriculum, Don Johnston's comprehensive curriculum that supports daily writing instruction in self-contained and autism classrooms. It was designed to provide explicit daily instruction in both writing, and speaking and listening that is grounded in early writing development.

Readtopia
Torrie Turner will explore Readtopia™, Don Johnston's new, comprehensive reading curriculum for middle and high school students with autism and other complex needs. It brings first-hand experiential learning into the classroom—teaching students standards-aligned social studies, ELA, and science content.