Bonus days! Conference on demand access for members extended until 28th March 2021
Online CPD for everyone supporting the education & development of children and young people with vision impairment.
Bringing together an exciting line up of leading experts in field, through a series of pre-recorded talks, and the chance to engage with speakers and participants, there will be plenty of opportunities to gain valuable knowledge and consider new ways of supporting children and young people with vision impairment.
The event will be available to delegates for ten days, so you can watch the video talks, and participate in the forums at your convenience – from the 15th-24th March (now extended to 28th March)
Eventbrite booking now closed. To check availabilty: email email@example.com
Current line-up includes*:
Prevalence of CVI in children – Cathy Williams – Associate Professor (Reader) in Paediatric Ophthalmology, Bristol Medical School
Arithmetic – Practical and VI inclusive teaching and learning lesson activities for the classroom – Susan Lock, Head of Mathematics, New College Worcester
Smart Ways to use Smart Speakers – Robin Christopherson MBE, Head of Digital Inclusion, AbilityNet
Mental health and children and young people with vision impairment and their families in the current pandemic – Claire Jackson – Clinical Psychologist, Children’s Services, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge
Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants – Sally Franklin – Senior Teaching Fellow based in the Centre for Inclusive Education, UCL Institute of Education
The importance of the creative arts for individuals with vision impairment – Kenny Cowle – PhD researcher within the school of Visual Communication at Birmingham City University – focusing specifically on developing new understandings of Cerebral Visual Impairment (CVI) through the use of photography
What makes inclusive education work: Perspectives and advice from students in Australia with a vision impairment, their parents and teachers – Melissa Fanshawe (University of Southern Queensland) and Dr Melissa Cain (Australian Catholic University)
Supporting children and young people with Nystagmus – Sue Ricketts, Nystagmus Network
*Changes to event programme
Although we will do our best to follow the published programme, we do not guarantee any individuals or content will form part of the event programme and are unable to offer refunds in relation to such changes.
Key features of the event
- Organised by and for teachers of children and young people with vision impairment.
- Delivered using VIEW’s virtual learning environment – an online collaborative platform.
- Pre-recorded video talks from experts to support your professional development.
- The opportunity to submit questions and comments to the speakers and participants after the talk.
- The opportunity to browse dedicated VI Education products and services.
For any enquiries, as always, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Read a review of the VIEW Conference by Jayne Thistlethwaite – University of Birmingham
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“Once again, a brilliant conference. It is very difficult to find training in vi but the conference presents a diverse range and enable participants to access speakers who provide lots of useful info”
“As a VIEW member the conference is amazing value for money – to hear experts in the field and have the chance to catch up with colleagues from around the country”