Contact: Mike Bicknell, Distance Learning Coordinator
The Project: WSSB’s Distance Learning Project currently has four “missions”, or areas identified for inclusion: Mission 1 is to provide digital/online curriculum for WSSB students; Mission 2 is to provide digitally delivered curriculum for other students not at WSSB; Mission 3 is to provide training for teachers and others in the field who work with students with visual impairments; and Mission 4 is to provide a comprehensive resource for families and others to either search through frequently asked questions or send a query about raising a child with a visual impairment.
Courses Currently Available for Registration
2014 - Hadley Online Courses register online at http://www.hadley.edu/showCourseListing.asp?program=HSPS Clock hour approval coming soon.
Register for the class through Hadley School for the Blind, upon completion submit a copy of your certificate of completion to receive your clock hour forms. Contact Mike Bicknell for Washington State Clock Hours
- Indicates classes that qualify towards BLUE recertification
- Basic Nemeth - 30 clock hours
- Basic Music Braille - 30 clock hours
- Contracted Braille - 60 clock hours
- Braille Teaching Methods for Children - 20 clock hours
- Braille Teaching Methods for Adolescence & Adults - 20 clock hours
Abacus 1 - 30 clock hours
Human Eye 1 - 30 clock hours
Human Eye 2 - 50 clock hours
AER International Conference 2014
Trainings include -
Cortical Visual Impairment Mentor Workshop Part 1 - Aug 3-6
Cortical Visual Impairment Mentor Workshop Part 2 - Aug 7-8
Contact: Craig Meador 360-696-6321 ext 124.
More info on upcoming trainings
SETC offers a variety of classes – clock hours are provided through SETC.
Contact: e-mail Sue Wright at the SETC office to register, email@example.com
Online Schools in Washington This resource is a compilation of every college program offered online in Washington that is either full or part time, however, the sites have not been vetted for accessibility
Earn ACVREP credits through Perkins webcasts
The Great Lakes ADA Center along with the National Network of ADA Centers are offering trainings in a variety of formats to meet the needs of individuals with diverse learning styles. Training includes up-to-date information on the ADA, its implementation and other disability-related issues. Education credits and certificates, such as continuing education units, Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification credit hours and AIA, are available for many of the training opportunities.
Northeast Regional Center for Vision Education Professional Development
Proof of completion or certificate of CEU credit will qualify for BLUE Test renewal credits.
Introduction to the Perkins Brailler
Cranmer Abacus techniques
Washington Sensory Disability Services
Blind/Visually Impaired: http://www.wsdsonline.org/blind-visually-impaired/
American Foundation for the Blind: http://elearn.afb.org/section.aspx?FolderID=17
Texas School for the Blind: http://distance.tsbvi.edu/
Perkins School for the Blind: http://www.perkinselearning.org/