Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

CEC Convention 2018

CEC Convention logoThe 2018 CEC (Council for Exceptional Children) Convention will be held in Tampa, Florida February 7-10, 2018.

The sessions related to Visual Impairment and Deafblindness include the following:

  • Predicting and Promoting Divergent Thinking in Students With Visual Impairments
  • Mobile Applications in Research and Practice
  • The Expanded Core Curriculum and Schools for the Blind: A Qualitative Study
  • The Needs of the VI and DB fields
  • Visual Impairments and Self-Defense Skills
  • Student Portfolios and Project-Based Learning: An Approach for Implementing Meaningful Instruction in the Expanded Core Curriculum
  • Promoting Joint Attention in Children With Visual Impairment Using Strategies From JASPER
  • Teaching Students the Nemeth Braille Code: Making It Fun, Easy, and Meaningful Demonstration
  • Teaching Self-Determination Skills to Elementary Students With Sensory Loss
  • Improving Essay Writing: Ninth-Grade Students With Visual Impairments’ Application of the ARGUE Mnemonic
  • Practical Applications in Teaching
  • Effective Communication With Nonverbal Students in the Home
  • Perspectives of Dual Media Learners, Their Teachers, and Their Parents
  • "Looking at the World Through Rose-Colored Glasses": Positive Child-Centered Assessment Approaches for Students With Deafblindness or Multiple Disabilities
  • Conducting Practitioner Research in Sensory Disabilities
  • Multi-Modal Online Math Assessments for Students With Visual Impairments
  • Using DVIDB Standards and DEC Recommended Practices to Prepare Practicioners to Serve Parents and Their Children With Vision Loss in Early Intervention
 

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Event Date: 

Feb 07, 2018 to Feb 10, 2018