Sensory Learning Kit: Enhancing Assessment and Instruction for Students with Complex Sensory Needs

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Students who are deaf-blind have complex instructional needs. When their present levels of performance are at the sensorimotor stage of cognitive development, regardless of chronological age, they learn about their worlds and develop basic skills by participating in experiences that allow them to use sensing and acting systems. Barriers to learning imposed by sensory, cognitive, and motor impairments must be overcome by teams of professionals who can use research-based strategies to design highly effective instructional activities.
Handouts available for download:
1. Overview of Communication Skills Addressed in SLK and SAM
2. Sensorimotor Routine: Embedded Skills Lesson Plan
3. Sensorimotor Routine Lesson Plan Blank
4. Sensorimotor Stage Instructional Strategies
5. Using the Sensory Learning Kit Coherence instructional resource
6. Sensory Learning Kit Implementation Guide


Title of Training: Sensory Learning Kit: Enhancing Assessment and Instruction for Students with Complex Sensory Needs
Presenter: Mildred (Millie) Smith, M.Ed., TVI
Training Date: 06/05/2018

Topic: Deaf-Blind


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