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APR 13, 2020:  CVI Study Group (April) (Postponed from APR 6, 2020)

APR 22, 2019:  Inclusion for Students with Visual Impairment in Physical Education:  Accommodations for Specific Activities  

CVI Study Group (April)

April 13, 2020 at 3:00-4:00 PM (Central Standard Time) Postponed from April 6

Participants will share documents and videos regarding their own students via Google Drive. Participants will discuss newly submitted materials and offer suggestions to share with the community of professionals and parents who would like the opportunity to learn together. Participants will explore suggestions with their student and share how the student responds with the group. Participants will explore topics and resources of interest related to CVI as identified by the group. This webinar will be recorded.

Learning Objectives:

  • Become more familiar with CVI Characteristics.
  • Increase knowledge of CVI Range Assessment.
  • Work with peers to brainstorm CVI interventions for their students.
  • Share information about new research and best practices.


Inclusion for Students with Visual Impairment in Physical Education: Accommodations for Specific Activities

April 22, 2020 at 3:00-4:00 PM (Central Standard Time)

Kristine Seljenes is a physical education teacher at Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. In this webinar, she provides guidance in accommodations for specific activities of physical education such as swimming, basketball, wrestling and track and field. Through videos, handouts and discussions, participants will learn effective approaches for including VI students. Ms. Seljenes will also share information regarding resources for materials and additional learning.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will learn strategies and materials that are effective for including students with visual impairment in specific activities and sports in physical education classes.
  • Participants will acquire information regarding resources for materials and additional training related to the inclusion of VI students in PE.