Aug 13, 2020
Michela Tavolieri, from Duval County Schools, will be sharing some innovative virtual techniques she has successfully implemented. Training will include instruction on how to make a Bitmoji classroom for students and teachers. It will provide how to's on ways to make instruction fun and interactive. Samples will be provided as well as templates for you to use with students.
Virtual Watercooler – Virtual Learning
September 16, 2014; October 9, 2014; October 30, 2014
Strategies for the Classroom Teacher: Session one discussed the state and federal laws, ethics, and policies and procedures related to all students with visual impairments. Sessions two and three provide a review of common educational questions, accommodations and modifications. Session two focused on students that primarily use braille and session three discussed students with low vision.
What? I Have a Student with a Visual Impairment in My Class this Year?
Inclusion Resources - Past Events
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