Need help making tactile graphics for daily classroom materials on the fly or the night before the lesson? Join Lucia Hasty to discuss creating tactile consumable materials, supplements and reference lists, templates, audio-tactile materials and immediate graphics.
Learn how voice assistants, such as Google Home, Amazon Echo, Siri, dictation and other features can be used to support student independence, promote access to information and be used for productivity.
Dr. Penny Rosenblum addresses this updated and revised orientation and mobility (O&M) curriculum, focusing on the wide array of skills needed for O&M, such as technology, safety, and using rideshare services.
Sheri Davis presents an overview of strategies to use for young children with visual impairments who demonstrate overactive or underactive systems and how to bring them to a calm/alert state to benefit from educational and social settings.
Get Your Wiggles Out, Calming and Alerting the Child with Visual Impairment
Join Rona Pogrund and Shannon Darst to learn about the O&M Visual Impairment Scale of Service Intensity of Texas (O&M VISSIT) that was developed to guide itinerant O&M specialists in determining the type and amount of service to recommend for their students.
Join Sue Glaser to learn more about the different contest levels and the expectations of contestants at the Florida Regional Braille Challenge events. Get answers to your questions about completing the Student Application form.
This two-part webinar series is a follow-up to the series on assessments of functional vision and learning media, and includes various tools to help TVIs develop quality IEPs and provide appropriate instruction.
This three-part webinar series discusses how to conduct assessments of functional vision, learning media, and the Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) that meet the standards of both IDEA and the Florida State Board of Education rule AND result in appropriate instruction.