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TABLE 6: Voting Results on the Relative Importance of the Vision


12: (9 Votes) EACH SCHOOL SHOULD HAVE AN INDIVIDUAL OR TEAM WHO SUPPORTS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TECHNOLOGY INTO THE CURRICULUM
33: (9 Votes) NECESSITY FOR KNOWLEDGEABLE STAFF TO OBTAIN EQUIP. AND HELP THE STUDENTS, STAFF, AND PARENTS USE IT EFFECTIVELY

26: (7 Votes) INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY, CURRICULUM STAFF, AND ASSISTIVE TECH STAFF WORK AS ATEAM
60: (6 Votes) STATE OF MICHIGAN DEVELOPS A BASELINE STANDARD OF TECHNOLOGY FOR ALL CLASSROOMS

18: (5 Votes) SEAMLESS INTEGRATION/ DAILY USE WITHIN THE REGULAR CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT
62: (5 Votes) THIS GROUP MEETS ANNUALLY TO REVIEW THE PROGRESS OF OUR WORK
64: (5 Votes)
A TIERED APPROACH TO IMPLEMENTING TECH IN THE CLASSROOM

37: (4 Votes) A COORDINATED VISION AND PROCESS OF DATA COLLECTION AS WELL AS INFO., CONTENT, AND DOCUMENTATION OF THIS DATA
22: (3 Votes) TMELY ASSISTIVE TECH SUPPORTS TO STUDENTS, TEACHERS, PARENTS, ANDSYSTEMS/AGENCIES WHEN NEEDED
41: (3 Votes) INCREASE THE STATEWIDE DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY THAT PROVIDES RESOURCES IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ALL OF MICHIGAN EDUCATORS, SCHOOLS, AND PARENTS
47: (3 Votes) A PROCESS IS IN PLACE THAT DETERMINES IF THE ASSISTIVE TECH IS USEFUL OR NOT AND, IF NOT, BACK TO THE TEAM DECISION
63: (3 Votes) CONSIDERATION OF ASSISTIVE TECH IN THE RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION PROCESS

1: (2 Votes) A STRONG HOME COMPONANT FOR EQUIPMENT/SOFTWARE BEING USED
4: (2 Votes) A CLEARINGHOUSE OR DATABASE OF ALTERNATIVE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AS WELL AS HAVING AN ARTICULATED PROCESS FOR ACCESSING PUBLISHERS CONTENT
11: (2 Votes) NECESSITY FOR STAFF KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS REGARDING ASSISTIVE TECH IN THE GENERAL EDUCATION CURRIULUM
40: (2 Votes) COLLABORATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF CUTTING EDGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN A VARIETYOF FORMATS




8: (1 Votes) UNDERSTANDING THAT DISABILITY IS A NATURAL PART OF THE HUMAN CONDITION

10: (1 Votes) INCREASE COLLABORATION AND TEACHING OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS AND OTHERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

19: (1 Votes) CONSISTANT FOLLOW-UP IS PROVIDED IN THE USE OF ASSISTIVE TECH AFTER THE INITIAL TRAINING


28: (1 Votes) EACH SCHOOL SHOULD HAVE AN INDIVIDUAL HOLDING A CASELOAD RESPONSIBLE FOR

FOLLOW-UP FOR INDIVIDUALS USING ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY

39: (1 Votes) INCREASED GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE POSSIBILITIES OF THE POTENTIAL OF ASSISTIVE
TECHNOLOGY BY ALL STUDENTS

43: (1 Votes) THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ASSISTIVE TECH WITH ASSIGMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES. THESE
RESPONSIBILITIES SHOULD BE BALANCED AMONG STAFF

51: (1 Votes) DEVELOPING A BASIC KNOWLEDGE LEVEL OF TECHNOLOGY FOR EDUCATORS, STUDENTS, AND
PARENTS

52: (1 Votes) ALL TEACHERS ARE REQUIRED TO USE TECHNOLOGY WHILE TEACHING

54: (1 Votes) AVAILABILITY OF TOOLS, EQUIP., SOFTWARE, ETC. FOR CASH-STRAPPED DISTRICTS

58: (1 Votes) COLLABORATING WITH LOCAL SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY PERSONNEL FOR THE UNDERSTANDING OF
ASSISTIVE TECH, COMPUTER SOFTWARE NEEDS FOR STUDENTS


2: (0 Votes) INCREASE OF TRAINED SCHOOL STAFF


3: (0 Votes) INCREASE IN SUPPORT OF ASSISTIVE TECH USE AT A CLASSROOM LEVEL

5: (0 Votes) A BALANCE BETWEEN GIVING A FISH AND TEACHING SOMEONE TO FISH REGARDING ASSISTIVE
TECHNOLOGY

6: (0 Votes) [DELETE] TECHNOLOGY IS USED WIDELY IN GENERAL EDUCATION FOR ALL STUDENTS

7: (0 Votes) STUDENTS AND STAFF NEED THE SAME ACCESS TO INFORMATION

9: (0 Votes) A BREAK IN THE THOUGHT PROCESS THAT ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY IS ONLY ALTERNATIVE OR
AUGMENTATIVE COMMUNICATION

13: (0 Votes) COLLABORATION WITH ALL THE IEP TEAM MEMBERS FOR ASSESSMENT AS WELL AS
IMPLEMENTATION OF AT

14: (0 Votes) NECESSITY FOR WELL-TRAINED LOCAL TEAMS

15: (0 Votes) ASSISTIVE TECH SUPPORT NEEDS TO BE AVAILABLE TO PARENTS AND STUDENTS AT ALL TIMES
OF THE DAY

16: (0 Votes) GENERAL EDUCATION IS BASED IN INSTRUCTIONAL TOLERANCE AND UNIVERSAL DESIGN SO
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY IS ESSENTIALLY UNNECESSARY

17: (0 Votes) A TEAM DECISION IS MADE USING A PROCESS THAT MATCHES ASSISTIVE TECH TO TASK

20: (0 Votes) INCREASE IN TECHNOLOGY AVAILABLE AT THE CLASSROOM LEVEL

21: (0 Votes) BE THE VOICE AND VISION FOR UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING, CREATING CURRICULAR
SUPPORTS FOR EXPRESSIONS, REPRESENTATIONS, AND ENGAGEMENT


23: (0 Votes) ENTHUSIASM

24: (0 Votes) LOOKING AT IEP GOALS VS. ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY NEEDS

25: (0 Votes) REQUIREMENTS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION TEACHERS TO BE TRAINED AND USE ASSISTIVE TECH
DAILY

27: (0 Votes) SHORTAGE OF RESOURCES TO EFFECTIVELY IMPLEMENT TECHNOLOGY AND ASSISTIVE
TECHNOLOGY FOR MICHIGAN EDUCATORS AND SCHOOLS

29: (0 Votes) THERE IS A NEED FOR ON-GOING TRAINING AND AVAILABILITY OF RESOURCES

30: (0 Votes) GENERAL ED CURRICULUM THAT EASILY ALLOWS FOR FLEXIBILITY AND ACCOMMODATIONS

31: (0 Votes) PARENTS ARE TRAINED IN HOW THEIR CHILD'S ASSISTIVE TECH WORKS AND HOW IT HELPS THEIR
CHILD

32: (0 Votes) STUDENTS LEARNING TO CHOOSE AND ADAPT TECHNOLOGIES TO TASK IS MORE IMPORTANT
THAN LEARNING ANY PARTICULAR TECHNOLOGY

34: (0 Votes) QUICK PROVISION OF UP-TO- DATE EQUIPMENT AT LOW OR NO COST TO DISTRICTS AND FAMILIES

35: (0 Votes) INCREASED USE OF TECHNOLOGY TO TRAIN IN ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR SCHOOL STAFF

36: (0 Votes) BALANCE IN THE METHOD OF THE DELIVERY OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

38: (0 Votes) DATA

42: (0 Votes) FUNDING IS AVAILABLE TO SUPPORT PERSONNEL PROVIDING ASSISTIVE TECH SERVICES

44: (0 Votes) ONGOING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EASILY ACCESSIBLE AND OFFERED IN MULTIPLE
FORMATS

45: (0 Votes) KEEP ASSISTIVE TECH AS NON-OBVIOUS TO OTHER STUDENTS AS POSSIBLE

46: (0 Votes) A SYSTEM-WIDE BELIEF IN LEARNER CONTROL OF THEIR OWN EDUCATIONAL CONTEXT

48: (0 Votes) INCREASE IN NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES BETWEEN EDUCATORS

49: (0 Votes) ONLINE COMMUNITY OF INQUIRERS WHO SEEK QUESTIONS AND INITIATE DISCUSSIONS WHICH
CAN BE TURNED INTO ACTIONS

50: (0 Votes) WE FUNCTION WITHIN A MORE OPEN PROCESS FOR AWARENESS, TRAINING, AND DECISION
MAKING THAT INCLUDES ALL TEAM MEMBERS - STUDENTS, PARENTS, EDUCATORS, ADMINISTRATORS

53: (0 Votes) THAT THE ASSESSMENT OF THE STUDENTS ASSISTIVE TECH NEEDS IN THE CLASSROOM ARE
BASED ON THE TASKS THAT NEED COMPENSATION AND THEN THAT IS BASED ON THE FEATURES OF THE
ASSISTIVE TECH - NOT A SPECIFIC PRODUCT

55: (0 Votes) WE HELP EVERY STUDENT IN MICHIGAN DEVELOP A TOOL KIT FOR INFO., COMMUNICATION, AND
LEARNING


56: (0 Votes) REGULAR WEBINARS AND ONLINE EXPERIENCES THAT ADDRESS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

NEEDS OF CONTENT TOOLS AND ARTICULATION OF STRATEGIES

57: (0 Votes) MDE REQUIRES A COURSE IN ASSISTIVE TECH FOR CERTIFICATION IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

59: (0 Votes) EDUCATION AND SPECIAL EDUCATION TRAINING REQUIRED FOR ALL SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY
STAFF

61: (0 Votes) NO MORE SILOS

65: (0 Votes) ONGOING, STUDENT CENTERED DECISIONS BASED ON STUDENT PREFERENCES, INTERESTS, AND
NEEDS

66: (0 Votes) ASSISTIVE TECH SHOULD BE CONSIDERED AS PART OF THE PROCESS FOR ALL STUDENTS


67: (0 Votes) WE SHOULD REVISIT THE DEFINITION OF ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION TODAY