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Today our training was called, “The Functional Vision Evaluation for a Student with Cortical Visual Impairment”. This is the second time I have completed this type of training at Region III. In this training, we had a young student come in to the ESC and as I completed the Functional Vision Evaluation with him, the [...]
We had a very jam packed day, full of information and learning in Region I on April 19, 2011. The presentation was, The Functional Vision Evaluation and the Learning Media Assessment, with an added Make & Take in the afternoon. Using the new APH FVLMA as a Model, we discussed techniques and strategies to use [...]
This is the second time I have done this particular teacher training. At Region I, we called it, “The Functional Vision Evaluation For A Student with Cortical Visual Impairment”. In this training, we had a student, 16 years of age, with us. As I completed the Functional Vision Evaluation, the other teachers present worked on [...]
This teacher training was part of the New Teacher Training offered by Region IV Educational Service Center. The title of this presentation was; Cortical Visual Impairment: Identification, Assessment, and Intervention. There was a very good turnout of new vision teachers in the Region as well as attendance by many other Certified Teachers of Students with [...]
This was my first time to be in Wichita Falls, Texas and I was pleased to meet the Certified Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments of Region 9! The teacher training was, “CVI: Identification, Assessment and Intervention”. We discussed the major causes of Cortical Visual Impairment and the strategies and techniques that work well with [...]
It was a great experience for me to be in Amarillo! The teacher training in Amarillo was, “Cortical Visual Impairment: Identification, Assessment, and Intervention” and there was a great turnout of Certified Teachers of the Visually Impaired, O & M instructors, and others. Thank you for having me Amarillo!
The presentation for Abilene Certified Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments was, “CVI: Identification and Intervention”. There were many great strategies and techniques discussed by all throughout the day. Thank you Brenda Lee and all of Region 14 for having me to your area!
This was my first time to San Angelo, Texas and I loved it! Thank you Debbie Louder for having me to Region XV. The teacher training, “CVI; Identification and Intervention” went well and the teachers seemed to benefit from the techniques and strategies that we discussed.
Functional Vision Evaluations and Learning Media Assessments MAKE AND TAKE This was a great training in Region XIII. It was wonderful to be back up in Mt. Pleasant and visit again with the teachers in that Region. We reviewed different materials to use while conducting the Functional Vision Evaluation and had a terrific Make and [...]
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This was the first time to do this Training and it worked very well. It was titled, “Assessment of a Student with CVI”. We had a preschool student, who had a diagnosis of Cortical Visual Impairment, join us in the training room! As he was evaluated, the teachers in the audience also worked on using [...]