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ECC Webinar: Compensatory Skills & Listening Skills
Recorded Webinar from April 14th, 2016

Original Broadcast Date: 04/14/2016
Listening is a skill that uses the sense of hearing. Listening skills for students who are blind or visually impaired are essential for developing all areas of the Expanded Core Curriculum, and, as such, must be taught with systematic instruction. Ann Adkins, Educational Consultant for TSBVI Outreach Programs identifies elements of listening skills and provides resources for evaluation and instruction.

Segments Include:
- Importance of Listening Skills
- Teaching Listening Skills
- Resources for Instruction
- Learning to Listen, Listening to Learn
- Listening Skills & Literacy

Important Session Information:

Please be advised that in order to receive continuing education credit (ACVREP & SBEC) you must submit a Delayed Viewing Request Form after watching the video. Once we receive your request, an evaluation will be emailed to you. You must complete the evaluation in order to receive the credit.

To view the video, go to REGISTRATION HISTORY/CERTIFICATES, click on ONLINE SESSIONS, and then click on the OPEN button to the right.

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Friday, May 17, 2024

Session ID:
Credits Available:
(0.75) CEU
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Contact Person:
Registration Administrator
Ann Adkins
Subscription Length Location
5/17/2024 Online
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