Assistive technology

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Self-paced
Introductory

Student-Centered IEPs: A Pathway to Stronger Transition Outcomes

Supporting students to be self-determined in their IEP meetings helps develop leadership and self-advocacy skills that are paramount in later transition outcomes.

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Self-paced
Intermediate

My Experience as a Student Living with CVI

Learn about LJ’s personal educational journey with CVI and how he accesses his learning in a general education setting.

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Self-paced
Introductory

Technology, literacy and educational equity for college-aspiring students who are visually impaired

Explore the crucial intersection of technology and learning - today and beyond - for students who are visually impaired, presented by College Success @ Perkins

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Instructor-led
Intermediate July 8, 2024 - July 28, 2024

Assistive Technology for Learners with CVI

An approach to assistive technology evaluation using the SETT framework and unique considerations for students with CVI.

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Self-paced
Introductory

Making Physical Science Accessible to Students with Visual Impairments

Inquiry-based learning can be used to help students who are blind or visually impaired understand the concepts of magnetism, electricity, and sound

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Self-paced
Introductory

Real Talk About Raising Kids with Disabilities

Amanda Griffith-Atkins, MS, LMFT answers our questions about all that comes with raising a child with disabilities

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Self-paced
Introductory

CVI and Dual Media Literacy

Literacy is a human right. It’s critical to make sure that we teach our children with visual impairments, including CVI, in the best way they can learn—there’s always a way to reach them.

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Self-paced
Introductory

CATIS: Assistive Technology and the Expanded Core

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Self-paced
Introductory

CATIS: Assistive Technology for Literacy

Self-paced
Introductory

CATIS: Assistive Technology Devices

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Instructor-led
Introductory

Augmentative-Alternative Communication Strategies for Students with Visual Impairments and Additional Disabilities

Learn the foundations of communication and AAC, design lessons and identify key intervention strategies for visually impaired users getting started with AAC devices.

Instructor-led
Introductory June 24, 2024 - August 18, 2024

Making Assistive Technology Solutions Across the Life Span

Create low tech solutions with everyday objects, through the power of creative problem solving