Announcements

New DVI Mentorship Program!

DVI is piloting a mentorship program for early-career TVIs and O&M specialists. Check out the Mentorship page for more details. more

Proposals for CEC 2015 - due May 7th

With this year’s convention just ending it is now time to think about next year’s convention in sunny San Diego! Please make plans to join us and share your wonderful work to the field. Proposals for the 2014 CEC Conference are due on May 7th, 2014.... more

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.

Research Participants Needed!

The AnimalWatch Vi Suite project is a 3 year project at the University of Arizona. We have designed an iPad app and materials for youth in grades 5-9. The content focuses on endangered species. We are recruiting students and teachers to be part of a study in 2014-2015.  Teachers will receive a stipend and students will receive a gift card. This is an exciting opportunity for you and your students. Please consider participation and also help us spread the word. 

http://awvis.arizona.edu/



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Yes I Can Award Nominations Now Open

Do you have a student whose achievements deserve national recognition? Then nominate him or her today for a Yes I Can Award. CEC's Yes I Can Awards program honors the accomplishments of children and youth with exceptionalities from around the world in seven categories: Academics Arts Athletics School and Community...

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Tool of the Week

Identifying Street Signs/Signals in the Community

Use this week's Tool to create a lesson for helping students understand street signs and signals at a crosswalk or in the community. This Tool of the Week comes from Getting Around Town: Teaching Community Mobility Skills to Students With Disabilities.

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