Professional Education

CPE Calendar of Events

01 January 2014 | Online

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...

02 February 2015 | Online

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...

04 February 2015 | Online

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...

04 September 2015 | RIDBC Renwick Centre
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A one day conference for visiting teachers and other professional supporting students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing in mainstream settings. Sessions will address a range of topics in the areas...

08 September 2015 | Online

Students with vision impairments need ‘Tools in the tool box’. They also need to know what it’s best to use and for what purpose. Sometimes simpler is better. We will explore ‘low tech’ options....

Online Modules

In this series of eight 30-minute online lectures, Paul Pagliano takes you on a

This is a series of six online lectures related to all areas of audiology. These sessions can be accessed via captioned recording. This series is a collaboration between the RIDBC Renwick Centre

In this series of one-hour presentations, Dr. Karen Wolffe introduces listeners to areas of concern in the lives of children and youth with visual impairments that are often overlooked or under-

This series of webinars focused on the analysis of objective and subjective student performance and learning environment data to inform school support services. The four seminars have been

It is essential that technology provides excellent auditory access. This workshop will discuss the Red Flags that can help identify if technology is doing what we think