What's the Complexity Framework for Students with CVI PersonalizedSpeakers:
Matthew Tietjen, M.Ed.
*This speaker will be presenting virtually.
**This session is available for in person attendance only.
Participants will take what they learned in the first session and complete the preparation stage and begin the observation stage (using hypothetical or remembered observations) for a specific student.
In order to benefit from and fully participate in this session, it is strongly recommended to register for and attend the previous session by Matthew Tietjen, #11: What's the Complexity Framework: Preparation, Observation, and Sharing Stages.
Act 48, ASHA, ACVREP
Special Education Teachers; Teachers who work with students who are blind or visually impaired; Teachers who work with students who are Deaf-Blind; Teachers/ other professionals who work with students who have sustained traumatic brain injury; Speech Therapists; General Education teachers; Assistive Technology Specialists; Occupational Therapists and/or Physical Therapists; Orientation and Mobility Specialists; School Counselors and/or School Psychologists; Parents, Guardians, Family Members; Paraprofessionals
Matt Tietjen is an education consultant and teacher of students with visual impairments and specializes in working with children who have CVI. He developed the What’s the Complexity Framework out of his conviction that children with CVI deserve a visually accessible school day. Matt’s What’s the Complexity Framework is published as Chapter 4 of CVI: Advanced Principles, edited by Christine Roman-Lantzy (2019). Matt also created the 2D Image Assessment for children with CVI, which is also published in the same book. In addition to the What’s the Complexity Framework, Matt co-authored CVI Sensory Balance: An Approach to Learning Media Planning for Students with CVI, with Christine Roman-Lantzy, published by Perkins Press in 2020. Matt lectures internationally on the What’s the Complexity Framework, CVI Sensory Balance, and other related topics.