We are excited to launch Season 2 of the podcast with a conversation between AEM Center Technical Assistance Specialist Michelle Soriano and Kelli Suding. Kelli works for the PATINS (Promoting Achievement through Technology and Instruction for all Students) Project in Indiana, which was a 2014-2019 National AEM Cohort state. She is an experienced educator and assistive technology expert, and in this episode she shares many practical tips and ideas that will help you get the new school year off to a great start in order to ensure all your students have the access they need for success. You’ll learn how Kelli approaches the selection of technology tools through the SETT framework, and why she thinks using assistive technology and accessible educational materials is not cheating! 

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Originally published as S.02, Ep.01: It's Not Cheating! Myth Busting with Kelli Suding at The Accessible Learning Experience

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