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COVID-19 & Inclement Weather Policies Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most State Support Team 1 professional learning opportunities are offered online. When in-person training is necessary, proper sanitation, social distancing, and face covering protocols are utilized. We are carefully monitoring State Support Team health and will notify registrants of any event cancellations or location changes.   When we return to in-person training opportunities, please be mindful of weather conditions. If  hazardous driving conditions exist, call 800-346-8495 after 6:30 a.m. to learn if your workshop is delayed or cancelled. Should you feel conditions are too unsafe to travel, please leave a message to let us know you won’t be attending.
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Tactile Graphics: A Dual Challenge Producing on the Fly & Teaching Students to Read Them
Tactile Graphics: A Dual Challenge Producing on the Fly & Teaching Students to Read Them
Sep 10 all-day
Designed for itinerant personnel who support students who are blind or visually impaired, this workshop will focus on two important topics: How tactile learners understand and interpret tactile graphics, and how to teach them to… Continue Reading this Post Tactile Graphics: A Dual Challenge Producing on the Fly & Teaching Students to Read Them
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8:30 am Tactile Graphics: A Dual Challenge Producting “On the Fly” & Teaching Students to Read them @ OCALI
Tactile Graphics: A Dual Challenge Producting “On the Fly” & Teaching Students to Read them @ OCALI
Sep 10 @ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
This session is designed for itinerant personnel who support students who are blind or visually impaired. The session will focus on techniques and materials to quickly produce tactile graphics often needed in a school setting.… Continue Reading this Post Tactile Graphics: A Dual Challenge Producting “On the Fly” & Teaching Students to Read them