Breakout Session

Tuesday Evaluation


Alternative Assessments for Special Education Students

Caleb Hundt

12/13/11, 11:45 AM-12:35 PM
Millennium Forum South

Participants will explore a variety of Web 2.0 tools and other innovative technological advancements to help in providing alternative assessments for students who receive special education services. They also will learn how to read exams onto an IPad or iPod touch and how to create and use Google Forms as an assessment tool.

Links and/or Materials:

Below you will find information from my presentation that will help you along the way.


E-Mail - hundt.caleb@cashton.k12.wi.us
Twitter - @hundtcaleb

Prezi URL (Presentation is ready!!!)
http://prezi.com/ygb4pjxvbm7u/ties-2011-alternative-assessments-in-special-education/

Link to Audacity Website
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

Link to Audacity "Lame" plugin Wiki
http://wiki.audacityteam.org/index.php?title=Lame_Installation

Link to Audacity "Lame" plugin and "Dll Encoder" downloads
https://sites.google.com/a/cashton.k12.wi.us/mrhundt/ties-2011

Link to My Website (So you can see how techy and cool I am)
https://sites.google.com/a/cashton.k12.wi.us/mrhundt/

Audacity Test Reading Instructions (Save the Picture to your Computer)
Audacity_Test_Reading_INstructions.png

Meet Your Presenter


A_Pic.pngMy name is Caleb Hundt, and I teach in the Cashton School District. I am a middle school special education teacher. I have been employed at Cashton for 3 years. I am also the Head Football coach, and Head Softball coach. My number one goal as a teacher is to prepare my students for the 21st century learning experience and enable them to be successful after leaving my classroom. I have found that the best way to accomplish my goal is to surround my students with the newest and most engaging 21st century learning tools.

Over the years I have worked very hard utilizing and learning about the various technological advancements that our world offers. I have used these advancements to my advantage and my students who receive special education services have been the beneficiaries. The students and I use several web2.0 tools within our daily lessons. Our classroom is not typical, it is not normal. My classroom is unique and inspiring.

I am an extremely motivated, exciting, comical, authoritative, respected and caring intellectual. I have learned how to communicate with and advocate for my students as well as their parents. It is my goal to help children make better decisions in the classroom and in life, and accelerate their education while enhancing and enriching each of their lives. I am a very intelligent person who will make a positive impact in every student's education.

I can't wait to see you at the Conference!

Enjoy the presentation and as always..... GO PACK GO!