Assistive Technology Credentials
The MISD Assistive Technology (AT) Leader credential program is designed to ensure the effective use of the MISD AT decision-making and implementation process so that students with special needs receive the AT services they need to be fully engaged and successful in the general curriculum. The MISD Assistive Technology (AT) Team works collaboratively with local district leaders to ensure that every IEP team has access to a knowledgeable individual to support the consideration and implementation of assistive technology services. In Macomb County, these individuals are known as AT Leaders. AT Leaders coordinate assistive technology efforts in their own district, act as an AT resource to colleagues, lead IEP teams through the assistive technology evaluation process, support teachers and teams as AT is implemented throughout the curriculum and help IEP teams evaluate the effectiveness of AT implementation. For more information about Assistive Technology services in Macomb County, please refer to the MISD AT Guide attached below.
Macomb AT Leader Credential
Demonstrate knowledge of educational, human, legal and cultural issues related to assistive technology services, including but not limited to, human development, general curriculum, special needs, trans-disciplinary roles and current laws.
AT Evaluation Process
Demonstrate knowledge and effective use of the Macomb ISD consideration, trial and evaluation processes.
AT Analysis and Plan
Demonstrate knowledge of effective AT implementation, including but not limited to, developing a collaborative AT plan that provides for specific curriculum integration, AT training, data collection, and regularly occurring follow up opportunities.
AT Implementation and Follow Up
Demonstrates knowledge required to evaluate the effectiveness of AT services, including but not limited to, periodic review of data collected to identify barriers and adjust strategies and tools as needed.