Photo of a webinar sessionAll webinars, unless otherwise stated in the description begin at 2:00pm EST. An email will be sent to all individuals who are on our contact list with the log-in information. All webinars are recorded and posted to the FIMC-VI website. You can use the links below to access the virtual meeting room at the time of the webinar.  Inservice credit is available for those registrants successfully completing the live or recorded sessions and follow-up projects.  Certificates will be issued upon the submission of projects that include the opening and closing codes.

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2018 – 2019 Topics:

  • 9/06/18 | 11/15/18 | 5/10/19  FIMC-VI Info & Updates Webinar Series
    Log into this webinar to learn about book orders, Annual Census, APH materials, and what FIMC-VI has to offer. We will be launching a new ordering website this year, so please be sure to tune-in or watch the recorded version to learn more!
  • 12/4/18 | 1/9/19    State Assessment Information and Updates
    Join Kathy Kremplewski to learn about FLDOE’s Bureau of Exceptional Education and Student Services (BEESS) upcoming changes to the FSA and FSAA that may impact students with visual impairments.
  • 12/19/18  O&M for the TVI
    Moore SOMA Powerpoint Handout Join Hillsborough County TVI Lindsey Moore as she discusses strategies for integrating and supporting O&M skills on school campuses, and how teachers can collaborate to facilitate instruction.
  • 10/18/18 | 3/27/19    What the Tech?
    Our field is on the move with assistive technology, and what one piece of equipment couldn’t do a year before can now do “that” and much more! It’s hard to keep up! Let’s get techy and join together to learn about new technology, what’s happening in schools, and problem solve together to ensure our students are keeping up with the digital natives. 10/18/18 Handout | 3/27/19 Handout
  • 2/26/19 “Get Your Wiggles Out, Calming and Alerting the Child with Visual Impairment”
    An overview of strategies to use for young children with visual impairments who demonstrate over active or under active systems and how to bring them to a calm/alert state in order to benefit from educational and social settings.
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