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 Welcome Letter with Pre-Conference Details
 Session Evaluation
 Goal Setting Organizer

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Hillary Goldthwait-Fowles

Regional School Unit # 21
Assistive Technology Specialist
Portland, Maine Area
Hillary Goldthwait-Fowles, Ph.D. ATP, is the Assistive Technology Specialist for RSU 21 in Kennebunk Maine. She is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of New England's Graduate Programs in Online Learning, as well as the University of Maine at Farmington. Hillary is a nationally certified Assistive Technology Professional, providing consultation, training, and evaluation services to educational and other institutions in the areas of Assistive Technology, Accessible Educational Materials, and Universal Design for Learning. She has presented to educators across the country on a variety of topics, including accessibility, UDL, iPads and apps, and Chromebooks and apps. Prior to this position, she has served as an Intervention Specialist and Special Educator with 20 years of teaching experience. Hillary is most passionate about educating others about the importance of ensuring that the curriculum is accessible to all students first, rather than after it's been developed. Hillary received awarded her Ph.D. in Education with distinction in March 2015, with a focus on Curriculum and Instruction that is centered around UDL. Her book, One Size Does Not Fit All: Equity, Access, PD, and UDL is available on Amazon, which is her research study on UDL and lesson plan development for currently practicing teachers.  Home is where her heart truly is-with her husband, son, and stepson in Saco, Maine.

My Speakers Sessions

Tuesday, August 1
 

4:00pm