This online lecture series will focus on the role of the Itinerant Support Teacher: Hearing as they support students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (DHH) in the mainstream classroom. These one hour lectures are available to watch live and will be recorded. All registrations will receive a link to the captioned recording. These lectures have been accredited by the AG Bell Academy.
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To register, please click on the Register link at the bottom of the event description. Alternatively print off the Continuing Professional Education Course Registration Form (PDF 319KB) below. Fill it out and fax/post it to RIDBC Renwick Centre.
This series of 6 lectures will feature case studies of complex and challenging cases. Each lecture will be streamed live and recorded. Each registration will receive a link to the captioned recording and all handout materials 7-10 days after each live event. This page allows you to register for all 6 lectures. If you would prefer to watch individual session, follow the links in each title.
Each lecture has been endorsed for 1.5 CPD points under activity code ESA.
In this series of eight 30-minute online lectures, Paul Pagliano takes you on a stimulating journey into the exciting world of the senses. He’s on a quest for sensational ways to expand the sense repertoire capacities of children with sense learning difficulties, to help them use their sense abilities to make meaning.
This online lecture series will focus on the role of the Specialist Teachers of Students with Vision Impairment as they support students who are Blind or have Vision impairment (BVI) in the mainstream classroom. These one hour lectures are available to watch live and will be recorded.
Mainstream teachers will benefit from this one-day workshop by gaining a deeper understanding of the characteristics, expectations, and needs of students with vision loss. They will also attain a heightened awareness of the potentially important role that they can play in improving the educational outcomes of students with vision loss.
The Fifth Annual Paediatric Vision Forum represents a day where paediatric eye and vision care professionals will come together to exchange information on specialised areas within childhood eye and vision care.
There is a seemingly apparent paradox of teaching music to deaf children. The idea that those with a limited hearing capacity should wish to explore an art or activity based around sound is definitely intriguing. It is not unusual then for people to ask “How can deaf people play music?” and “Why do deaf people want to play music?”
Mainstream teachers will benefit from this one-day workshop by gaining a deeper understanding of the characteristics, expectations, and needs of students with hearing loss.
The teaching role of the itinerant or vision teacher is based on the expanded core curriculum. This can include any skill or learning which is not normally provided by teachers in a regular school setting. Itinerant teachers are not remedial teachers!
This presentation will give a brief review of original features of IMP assessment which delineate an infant’s pre-lexical vocal progress in the context of their eco-social opportunity, and proceed to report significant findings that have emerged from preliminary analysis of the IMP normative study data (2011-2014) in relation to the instrument’s validity, reliability and prospective utility.