[Nfbmo] FW: blind math & science seminar!

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Tue Oct 12 21:35:52 UTC 2010



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Subject: blind math & science seminar!


Seminars at Hadley Presents: Access to Mathematics & Science for Blind Students

Date: Thursday, October 21, 2010

Time: 11AM CDT, 16:00 GMT

Are you interested in a career in science, technology, engineering or
mathematics? As a student who is blind have you had difficulty understanding
science and math as spoken and practiced in the classroom? As a teacher, do
you find it difficult to translate science experiments and mathematical
language into something that is meaningful for blind students?

Join Seminars at Hadley as Dr. Cary Supalo and Mr. Mick Isaacson discuss the
importance of a hands-on science learning experience for the blind as well
as rules for speaking mathematics in a way that it can be easily learned.
Learn about cutting edge tools and rules that empower students and teachers
to make math and science easier, more accessible, and more interesting.

This 60 minute seminar will be moderated by Billy Brookshire, Hadley
Outreach Coordinator. A question and answer session will be included as part
of the seminar.

As always, listening to the seminar remains free of charge. There is a US
$25 fee associated with completing the seminar for credit (1 CE hour).
Professionals interested in receiving continuing education credit will be
required to successfully complete a quiz and brief survey before a
certificate is issued. (ACVREP approval pending)

register for this seminar, follow this link

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