Podcasts and Webinars
Penrickton Center for Blind Children, Perkins School for the Blind and Texas School for the Blind & Visually Impaired have been collaborating on a series of webinar study groups each year. Most of these have been recorded and archived here.
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If you are seeking credit for watching the recorded version of any of these, use the Delayed Viewing Request form.
Social and Emotional Development: The Five Phases of Educational Treatment in Active Learning – 2/9/2023
Presenters: Kate Moss Hurst, Content Development and Website Management, Texas Deafblind Project and Julie Lemman, Private Consultant on Deafblindness, Austin, TX
The latest research on brain development stresses the importance of helping the child to develop a healthy self-identity and recognizing that emotional development is not in place at birth. This session will focus on the Active Learning strategies developed by Dr. Lilli Nielsen, what she called the Five Phases of Educational Treatment, that address social and emotional development in children who are visually impaired, blind, or deafblind.
Active Learning From Functional Scheme Assessment to FIELA – 01/20/2022
Active Learning – CTEBVI Webinar 04/17/2021
TSBVI Coffee Hour: Using an Active Learning Approach with Infants and Toddlers (WREIC Session) 3/18/2021
This presentation will focus on the principles of Dr. Lilli Nielsen’s Active Learning approach, with special emphasis on its use in early intervention. We will begin by exploring Active Learning Principles, and then look at specific materials and activities that can be done in the home environment. We will also look at the Active Learning Space website https://activelearningspace.org/ and discuss how it can be used to support families and practitioners.
TSBVI Coffee Hour: Active Learning and O&M 2/22/2021
Active Learning Study Group – April 2019
4/18/2019 Oral motor skill development refers to the use and function of the lips, tongue, hard and soft palates, jaw, and teeth. The movement and coordination of these structures is very important in speech production, safe swallowing, and consuming various food items.
Active Learning Study Group – January 2019
Active Learning Study Group – September 2018
Active Learning Study Group – May 2018
Active Learning Study Group – March 2018
Active Learning Study Group – January 2018
Active Learning Study Group – November 2017
ACTIVE LEARNING STUDY GROUP – SEPTEMBER 2017
Active Learning Study Group – May 2017
Active Learning Study Group – January 2017
Active Learning Study Group – November 2016
Active Learning Study Group – September 2016