Coffee Hour and Other Webinars

 

Coffee Hours

Exploring the Sense of Touch- 8/23/21

Screenshot of Zoom from Coffee Hour. Slide in center and Adam Graves and Sara Kitchen on right side of screen.
 Screenshot of Zoom from Coffee Hour. Slide in center and Adam Graves and Sara Kitchen on right side of screen.
 

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General Considerations for Supporting Students who are Deafblind- 8/16/21

Screenshot of the Zoom for Coffee Hour with a slide in the center and Kaycee Bennett and the ASL interpreter on the right side of the screen
Screenshot of the Zoom for Coffee Hour with a slide in the center and Kaycee Bennett and the ASL interpreter on the right side of the screen

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Using the Intervener Team Model for Students who are Proficient Communicators- 12/17/2020

Screenshot of the Zoom from Coffee Hour with the slide in the center and Deanna Peterson on the right of the screen.
Screenshot of the Zoom from Coffee Hour with the slide in the center and Deanna Peterson on the right of the screen.

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Implementing the Intervener Team Model for Students with Emerging Language- 12/14/2020

Screenshot of the Zoom for Coffee Hour with the slide in the center and Adam Graves  in the top right corner.
Screenshot of the Zoom for Coffee Hour with the slide in the center and Adam Graves in the top right corner.

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Webinars and Other Videos

 

The Intervener as Instructional Coach: For Students Who Are Deafblind In General Education Settings

 

 

Sexuality Education for the Student with Deafblindness

Original webcast date: 02/27/2014
Description: TETN 20441, Sexuality Education for the Student with DeafBlindness presented by Robbie Blaha, M. Ed. The topic of this video is Issues in Sexuality and DeafBlindness: Modesty, Appropriate Touch, and Menstruation. These topics are taken from the IDEA/OSEP approved book Introduction to Sexuality Education for Individuals who are DeafBlind and Significantly Developmentally Delayed.

Sexuality Education for the Student with Deafblindness

Stories of Success after Graduation

Original webcast date: 4/4/2014
Description: TETN 20443 Stories of Success after Graduation is presented by David Wiley, consultant with the Texas Deafblind Project. He shows four videos of adults who are DeafBlind and have additional disabilities; and how these persons live, years after leaving the familiar routines of school behind. David outlines some ways to measure “success” after graduation; i.e. active life, access to the community, social connections, support to pursue interests, and meaningful activities.

Stories of Success after Graduation

Strategies to Help Young People with Deafblindness and Behavior Issues

Original webcast date: 01/15/2015
Description: TETN 32955 Strategies for Difficult Behavior in DB Students is presented by David Wiley, Transition Consultant with the Texas DeafBlind Project. He explores how the unique sensory impairments of DeafBlindness contribute to challenging behaviors and presents some strategies for supporting positive behavior.

Strategies to Help Young People with Deafblindness and Behavior Issues

Active Learning Webinars

Active Learning WebinarsThere are a number of videos on the Active Learning approach developed by Dr. Lilli Nielsen available on a the Active Learning Space website. These include presentations and study groups presented by staff from Penrickton Center for Blind Children, Perkins School for the Blind and Texas School for the Blind. Go to Active Learning Space – Resources – Webinars to view these.