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Aug 07 2017 - 08:00 PM
ONEder at the EdLab Seminar

Jonathan Izak was first inspired to enter the field of special education technology by his younger brother who is on the autism spectrum. In January of 2106, his team launched ONEder , a data managing and monitoring system that supports all students with IEP's, or individualized education plans, within school systems and even into their careers. The ONEder Founder and President was joined by Vice President of Business Development, Dan Haskell, to share and conduct a demo of the platform at EdLab in August, 2017.

Watch the full seminar on Vialogues.

Excerpts from the discussion

@04:05 bhughes: "13% of U.S. students have an IEP" ("individualized education plan")

@13:00 christophergu: Students can access content across tablets and devices. Teachers can collect data on mobile devices and upload to data dashboard.

@15:45 sklee Tool that can help students not just during school, but for the rest of their lives. It's great that they take into consideration the long-term effect of the platform on the users.

@20:00 jagnitti It's clear that Oneder's mission is deeply embedded into their culture. They have a very accessible accessibility panel on their site that allows users to change the display to their needs.

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