Temple Grandin Eustacia Cutler Autism Fund

The Temple Grandin
and Eustacia Cutler Autism Fund

Conversations with Eustacia Cutler

Part 2. Conversation with Dr. Don McMahon and Eustacia Cutler: Augmented Reality Arrives!!

These two researchers will discuss the latest teaching tools available for children with autism.  How can this help your child? how can teachers use technology in the classroom?

Are you using technology with your child? These two webinars will discuss using technology at home and in the classroom. It will include the basics and discuss the fascinating research being done with Augmented Reality and all the apps that are available.   Dr. Don McMahon will discuss his research and demonstrate how teachers AR can take vocabulary words and provide their own augmented reality definition for each word.  Dr. Don will also show how we will be able to provide navigation support to help people with disabilities navigate communities independently.

Dr. Don McMahon is an assistant professor at Washington State University. His research focuses on Universal Design for Learning, Assistive Technology, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Wearable devices, Mobile Devices, Mobile Learning, and Instructional technology. At WSU Don McMahon is the Director the Assistive Technology Research and Development Lab and an affiliate member of the Neurocognitive Sciences Lab.
Don is available professional development, consulting, and guest lectures by request.