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Introduction to the Intervener Team Model Course Discussion - February 2022
Hosted via Zoom on February 16, 2021



This webinar will provide an opportunity for educational teams that are enrolled in the Introduction to the Intervener Team Model course through TSBVI's online learning platform, Bridge, to discuss topics covered in the Bridge course. Participants can also use this webinar as an opportunity to ask questions about how to apply information learned the course to improve their student's educational program.

The objectives of this webinar are:
• facilitate collaboration and discussion between educational teams on successful implementation of the intervener model for students.
• provide a more detailed description of the topics covered in the TSBVI Bridge course.
• encourage participation in group activities among educational team members to promote better understanding of the role of each team member in creating a successful intervener model for serving students who are deafblind in the classroom.

Important Session Information:


A link to the Zoom session will be included in your confirmation, upon completing your registration. When entering the zoom session be sure to sign in with your first name, last name, and email address. This will help us mark attendance.

After the session, once you are marked attended, you will receive an email notification to take our online evaluation. A session code will be given to you at the end of the training. You will need to provide this code when taking the evaluation to obtain CEU credit.

TIME ZONE NOTICE: All webinar times reflect Central Time.

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Thursday, February 17, 2022

Session ID:
40357
Credits Available:
(1) CEU
Seats Filled:
2 / 60
Fee:
$0.00
Contact Person:
Registration Administrator
Presenter(s):
Adam Graves
Kaycee Bennett
Date Time Location
2/17/2022 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Zoom
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