Activities to Teach the Expanded Core Curriculum
Do you ever feel like you are in a rut with the activities you do with your students? You’ve been working on the same goals using the same tired strategies and materials? If you are bored with the activities your student is more than likely bored as well! This presentation will provide suggestions and strategies for individualizing instruction and adapting materials for your students in the areas of the ECC through age-neutral and multi-sensory activities designed to meet the needs of the broad range of students served by a TVI. This session provides activities in the areas of concept development, braille instruction, visual efficiency, optical device, social skills and more!
- Develop strategies for individualizing instruction to motivate students.
- Identify instructional strategies for instructing students that are blind, have low vision as well as those with multiple disabilities.
- Identify sources of materials and strategies for creating teacher made materials.
- Recorded PowerPoint Show
- Presentation handout
- Printables & Links to Resources discussed in presentation
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To receive a certificate of completion for 1 contact hour for this webinar, complete the short Activities to Teach the ECC quiz on Google Forms and receive a score of at least 80%. Don't worry. If you don't pass, you can look over your notes or re-watch the presentation and retake the test! If you have any accessibility issues with the form, please don't hesitate to let me know and we can make other arrangements.
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