CEC 2015 - ACVREP CEUs

Thank you for attending the 2015 CEC Convention in San Diego. If you attended any DVIDB-sponsored sessions and would like to earn ACVREP Continuing Education credits, please follow the link below to enter your codes. 

It is critical that you put your full mailing address, the beginning and end code to receive credit for attending.

Announcements

The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Calls for Feedback on Research Centers!

IES is asking the field to reflect on special education studies conducted over the last decade that have influenced policy and practice, and to identify critical issues for which research is needed and how NCSER resources should be deployed to meet... more

AFB Conference Call - Deafblind issues and the Cogswell-Macy Act

AFB will be holding a conference call to discuss the current state of national deaf-blindness education and the relationship of current law and practice.
Friday, Sept. 12
1-866-906-0123
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New Employment Opportunities Portal

A new Employment Opportunities portal has been created in the Resources section. Job postings that are relevant to the DVI membership will be posted here. Check back often! If you would like an opportunity to appear in the portal, please see the requirements listed on the webpage.

DVIDB Sessions at #CEC2015

This year's convention promises to be a great one, with a full slate of DVIDB presentations! Click here to see the DVIDB sessions at a glance



CEC in San Diego

Getting In and Around San Diego

Getting around any new city can be an intimidating and daunting challenge. Luckily for you we have compiled some helpful information about getting into, out of, and around San Diego. By Plane If you haven’t booked your airfare yet, the closest airport is San Diego International Airport (SAN). The airport...

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Tool of the Week

Thinking Questions and Cognitive Thinking Guide

This week’s Tool of the Week, Thinking Questions and Cognitive Thinking Guide, comes from USTARS~PLUS Science and Nonfiction Connections, a book of lesson plans organized around Bloom’s taxonomy of cognitive thinking. In accordance with the USTARS method, the questions support a range of thinking levels to scaffold learning.  

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