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Kirsteen Steven

After 19 years in the classroom, I am delighted to have joined the CALL Scotland team as Assistive Technology and Additional Support Needs Teacher. I have always had a particular interest in the use of technology to support learners. I was the teacher who volunteered, at the time, to have the first interactive panel installed in their classroom! Having taught in both mainstream and specialist provision I recognise the need to have high expectations for all learners and for them to have access to technology which will enable them to be successful learners. In my role of leading the Professional Learning Programme at CALL Scotland I will focus on ensuring that we continue to provide relevant and quality training on assistive technologies to colleagues working with children and young people with additional support needs and/or disabilities.

CALL Scotland Bookbug Symbolised Resources in action!

Posted by Kirsteen Steven on the 6th February, 2024

Category Books for All AAC

How are our symbolised resources used in class? Are they what teachers and learners need to support early literacy? This case study was recently conducted visiting and supporting within a Primary 1 mainstream class and a P1-3 specialist provision within the same school.

And there is more! Clicker resources to support the Bookbug 2023 P1 Family bags!

Posted by Kirsteen Steven on the 14th September, 2023

Category Assistive Technology Books for All

Did you know that CALL Scotland have also created Clicker writing sets to go along with the Scottish Booktrust bag of books that they gift to every Primary One child in Scotland? Let's have a look at them and think about how they could support your learners with ASN.

Autumn Term Professional Learning Programme available for booking now

Posted by Kirsteen Steven on the 21st August, 2023

Category Dyslexia AAC

It's the start of a new school year and I need to upskill with technology to support my learners with ASN. Where can I find high quality professional learning?

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