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Introduction to the Intervener Team Model Training (Self-Paced Online Only)
Online Course via Bridge

This is a training for team members who are working with a deafblind student who has been assigned an educational intervener or one-on-one professional.

Interveners need specialized skills related to deafblind-specific needs in order to provide one-on-one instructional support to students who are deafblind. They need appropriate supervision and support from the IEP team. To help meet the needs of interveners in Texas, the Texas Deafblind Project at Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired is pleased to announce the online Introduction to the Intervener Team Model Training.

• Impact & Implications of Being Deafblind
• Intervener Competencies & Training Updates
• Intervener and Team Roles & Responsibilities
• The Five Components of Quality Intervention
• Intervention Issues & Considerations
• Identification of Tools and Strategies to Support the Student Profile

Important Session Information:

Completing this course as a team:
We recommend the following methods of completing this module as a team: Identify your team members (i.e. TVI, classroom teacher, TDHH, COMS, Administrator, family members, etc.)

You have successfully registered for Introduction to the Intervener Team Model in escWorks. The next step is to complete the course content in the Bridge LMS.

If you don't have a Bridge account yet, please complete the Bridge new account request form here.

If you already have a Bridge account, you can begin the Bridge course here.

If you need assistance with your Bridge account, email Steven Landry.

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Thursday, August 1, 2024

Session ID:
Credits Available:
(6) CEU
Seats Filled:
Contact Person:
Steven Landry
Adam Graves
Kaycee Bennett
Subscription Length Location
8/1/2024 Online
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