Deafblind people, Deafblind people -- Services for
The diverse learners who are deafblind have unique and often intensive needs that require the services of qualified, specifically trained educators. Although the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) has developed competencies for Teacher of the Deafblind, the role is not officially recognized in most states. Therefore, sustaining personnel development training in deafblindness has been challenging. This webinar explored a model for a comprehensive system of personnel development in deafblind education that looks at standards, preservice training, inservice/professional development, leadership development, research, and finally, national and local planning, coordination, and evaluation.
Nelson, Catherine and Parker, Amy T., "Comprehensive Personnel Development in Deafblind Education: Exploration of a Model" (2017). Special Education Faculty Publications and Presentations. 20.
Presented as part of the NCDB Professional Development Webinar Series: Research in Deaf-Blindness. The webinar is available online at: http://hknc.adobeconnect.com/p50hl3zmjbj/
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