Summer Book Study 2: Keys to Educational Success - Teaching Students with Visual Impairments and Multiple Disabilities - 013489
Students who have visual impairments and multiple impairments often have unique learning challenges. Through this book study, "Keys to Educational Success: Teaching Students with Visual Impairments and Multiple Disabilities," teachers of students with visual and multiple impairments and Orientation and Mobility Specialists will explore and learn key strategies and resources that can be applied to classroom learning routines. Workshop participants will read the book, review websites and/or video presentations, attend/review live webinars, and post to assignments. All assignments must be completed by August 2 to receive credit for the course.

Audiences Teacher - Special Education,
Prerequisite/Special Notes To begin your session, 2 hours after registration, log into the online classroom at https://esc11.instructure.com . Your username is your email address that ESC11 has on file. Your password is the same password used in our registration system. If you experience any issues logging in, contact elearning.help@esc11.net for assistance. Participants must be a TSVI, COMS, or a Special Education Teacher of students with VI.


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