Use of Teaching Children Who Are Deafblind Modules: Info for Professional Development Providers
The first module in NCDB’s series of professional development modules, Teaching Children Who Are Deafblind, is available for professional development (PD) providers to use in their training activities.
If you are a professional development provider and would like assistance incorporating this module into your training, contact email@example.com.
Note that NCDB does not provide training or collect information on individuals who access the materials on our website. We are unable to award CEUs or certificates or confirm completion of the module. That is a responsibility of PD providers.
The Impact of Deafblindness on Learning and Development – The first module in the series
Teaching Children Who are Deafblind – An explanation of the series
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PD Provider Feedback Survey – Please complete if you are already using this module in your training efforts
The purpose of this module, as well as future ones in the series, is to provide training materials that can be incorporated into existing professional development opportunities offered by state departments of education and other agencies and organizations.
Designed to provide training for
- Early interventionists
- Related service providers
Consist of four lessons, each containing
- Three 10-minute videos
- A quiz
- Suggested activities
- Additional resources
Potential uses include
- State and district-level continuing education
- Educational or early intervention team training
- Workshops/courses for specific groups (e.g., teachers of students who are visually impaired, occupational therapists, orientation and mobility specialists
Incorporating the Module into Your PD Platform
The modules can be incorporated into learning management systems or PD platforms in two ways:
- Inserting the url for each lesson into your platform
- Moving the content to your platform by copying text and video embed codes
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.