Connecting the Dots: Educators’ Series

Levelling the playing field for students with sight loss

School is in session, whether it be in the classroom or at home. As professionals providing support to students who are blind or partially sighted, we must ensure these students have the tools for success – regardless of where they're learning. 

CNIB Frontier Accessibility is proud to provide the Connecting the Dots: Educators’ Series, a free, multi-week forum to bring educators and community members together to share best practices in education for students with sight loss. We are excited to be able to provide free access to this conference and will archive the presentations for registrants for six months.

Save these dates

Nov.3-Dec. 3, 2020: Sessions will be 1 hour long and will take place each Tuesday and Thursday from 1-2 p.m. ET and 3:30-4:30 p.m. ET

Join us for Connecting the Dots: Educators’ Series

Are you a principal, educator, school board representative, vision itinerant teacher or rehabilitation instructor? Interested in learning more about cutting-edge ways to engage students who are blind or partially sighted? Join us!

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Call for papers

Do you have a new and relevant topic you feel the community should know about it? Interested in sharing it at the Connecting the Dots: Educators’ Series? Complete this Call for Papers Form and return it to andrea.voss@frontier-cnib.ca by Oct. 30, 2020.

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