Creating IEPs for Students with CVI
Examine the importance of including the expanded core curriculum for students with CVI in their IEPs.
This self-paced tutorial will look at the terminology related to IEPs as well as assessment and eligibility for special education services. In addition, the importance of including the expanded core curriculum for students with CVI in the IEP will be reviewed. The final two weeks will examine the components of the IEP with an emphasis on clearly articulating the appropriate accommodations and teaching strategies for the student with CVI in the document.
Instructions on how to enroll in the tutorial and take the online test will be emailed to you after you have successfully registered.
Perkins eLearning profiles are unique to the learning platform, and separate from any other username/password you have with Perkins. If you already have a user profile for the learning platform, you will use that existing profile to access the tutorial.
All submitted material is reviewed by a member of the Perkins eLearning staff and is evaluated as having met the assignment requirements. Assignments are not individually evaluated or graded. Submitted assignments are not returned.
Assignments and assessments are evaluated on a Pass/Fail scale, and all requirements must be met to receive credits. There is no time limit to completing a Perkins Self-Paced Course. The lesson plan structure is suggested as the best approach to the material.
Upon successful completion of this tutorial, participants will earn 25 professional development points or continuing education credits, including ACVREP and CTLE credits.
This is a web-based, self-guided professional development activity for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments (TVIs), Orientation & Mobility Specialists, teachers of students with moderate/severe disabilities, teachers of deafblind students, & related service personnel. All sales on self-paced courses are final.