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 Recreation and leisure skills are important to a rich and satisfying life.  These include things like individual and team sports, reading, music, art, sewing and many other things.  Finding satisfying ways to spend free time can be difficult for many of us.  Most any activity can be modified for individuals with visual impairments to be able to take part in them.  


For Credit Indicates content that is available for ACVREP or SBEC credit.
You must register for each event prior to submitting the Delayed Viewing Request in order to obtain continuing education credit.

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 Yoga for Children with Visual and Multiple Impairments: IntroFor Credit

 Using Play and Recreation for Concept Development from Preschool to Graduation and Beyond


Yoga for Children with Visual and Multiple Impairments: Intro

Original webcast date: 9/29/2016
Description: Learn about TSBVI's new publication, "Yoga for Children with Visual and Multiple Impairments".  This series of webinars hosted by Kassandra Heil will provide participants with an overview of the book and feature strategies for working with students who are visually impaired as well as students with visual and multiple impairments, including deafblindness.  Learn about the benefits for students including bodily and spatial awareness, recreation and leisure, and stress management.  Additional dates for this series includes 12/8/16 and 2/23/17.

Yoga for Children with Visual and Multiple Impairments: Intro

 Register to receive ACVREP or SBEC credit.For Credit

Downloads: Handout (pdf) Transcript (txt) Audio (mp3)

Using Play and Recreation for Concept Development from Preschool to Graduation and Beyond

Original webcast date: 06/17/2016
Description: Mickey Damelio, Assistant Instructor, Center for Education Research and Policy Studies, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida explores the Recreation and Leisure component of the Expanded Core Curriculum. He discusses keeping everything integrated as we plan for instruction, and the importance of not losing sight of social skill instruction, or O&M, etc. Mickey talks about specific games and activities that students might enjoy, and ways to work with school staff and families to ensure that our students are getting healthy access to opportunities for recreation and leisure.

Using Play and Recreation for Concept Development from Preschool to Graduation and Beyond
Downloads: Transcript (txt) Audio (mp3)