HELIX Conference

The Effective Instructional Continuum

  • September 15th, 2017
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Presented by: Karen Blankenship, Ph.D.

The session will provide participants with the learning theory and law behind the effective instructional continuum for students who are blind or visually impaired. In addition, participants will be provided with examples and resources to complete the continuum.

Audience: Special Education Teachers, Teachers who work with students who are blind or visually impaired, and Supervisors/Administrators

Credits Offered: Act 48, ACVREP, Psych

HO1 Agenda Participants
HO2 Blankenship Presentation
HO3 Birth 3 Rubric Final
Ho4 Ages 3-5 Rubric Final
HO5 Ages 5-22 Rubric Final
HO6 MD DB Rubric Final
HO7 LV Literacy Service Guidelines
HO8 Measurable Goal Matrix
HO9 Deconstructed Measurable Goal
HO10 Expanded Core Curriculum
HO 11 EC Screening Tool for School
HO12 ECC Needs Tool for DB or MD
HO13 ECC Needs Assessment Tool
HO14 Region 10 Screening Tool
HO15 Conducting an Essential Assessment
HO16 Explicit Instruction Checklist
HO17 Three Types of CBMs
HO18 Seven Components
HO19 Gift of Time Matrix
HO20 Braille Literacy Service
HO21 Blank Lesson Plan Framework (will be posted)
HO22 Birth to 3 EA Report
HO23 Birth to 3 Preschool Lesson Plan
HO 24 Ages to 3 to 5 EA Report
HO 25 Ages 5 to 22 EA Report
HO 26 Ages 5 to 22 Lesson Plan
HO 27 MD DB EA Report
HO 28 MD DB Sensorimotor Routine

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