A collaborative effort of the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired And Texas Commission for the Blind Winter 2003 volume 8, No, 1




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Texas Association for the Education and Rehabilitation

for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TAER):

Shared Visions-United Voice

April 24-26, 2003


Featuring keynote speakers:


Don Meyer, senior author of “Sibshops: Workshops for Brothers and Sisters of Children with Special Needs,” “The Fathers Program,” and “Grandparent Workshops.”


Elaine Sveen, mother of a child with visual impairments, teacher of students with visual impairments, superintendent of the Minnesota State Academy for the Blind and current president for AER.


Location: Omni Hotel, Austin, TX

Contact: Edgenie Bellah at

May 1-3 2003

National Braille Association’s

27th National Conference and Workshops

Location: Middleburg Heights, OH

Contact: National Braille Association3 Townline Circle, Rochester, NY 14623;

Phone: 585-427-8260; Fax: 585-427-0263;

Email:


May 9, 2003

Auditory Learning Series:

Auditory Learning-It’s More Than Listening!

Location: TETN network broadcast

available at all ESCs

Contact: John Bond at (210) 370-5418


June 8-11, 2003

Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) Conference

Location: Hotel Intercontinental, Dallas, TX

Contact: Kristen Hamlett at (512) 424-6791

or


Texas Focus 2003: Focus on Tactile Learning

June 12 & 13, 2003

Featured Keynote Speaker: Dr. Sally Mangold

Location: Gunter Hotel, San Antonio, TX

Contact: Jim Durkel at

or (512) 206-9270


Assessment of Students With Visual

and Multiple Impairments

June 24-25, 2003

Location: Region IV ESC, Houston, TX.

Presenter: Millie Smith

Contact: Karen Crone,


National Federation of the Blind’s

2003 National Convention

June 28-July 4

Location: Louisville, KY

Contact: National Federation of the Blind

1800 Johnson Street, Baltimore, MD 21230

Phone: 410-659-9314


American Council of the Blind’s 2003 National Convention

July 5-12 2003

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Contact: American Council of the Blind

1155 15th Street NW, Suite 1004, Washington, DC 20005

Phone: 800-424-8666 or 202-467-5081

Web site:


Students With Visual and

Multiple Disabilities, Including Autism

July 9-10, 2003

Location: Region IV ESC, Houston, TX.

Presenters: Marilyn and Jay Gense, Oregon

Contact: Karen Crone,

Cost: $60.00, Open to 200 people and we would love to have people from around the state.

O&M for Students with Deafblindness

July 11, 2003

Location: Region IV ESC, Houston, TX.

Presenter: Marilyn and Jay Gense

Contact: Karen Crone,

Cost: $30.00


2003 American Association of the Deaf-Blind Convention

July 12-18, 2003

Location: San Diego State University, San Diego, CA

Contact: American Association of the Deaf-Blind

814 Thayer Ave., Suite 302, Silver Spring, MD 20910;

Phone: 800-735-2258; email: info@aadb.org


6th International CHARGE Syndrome Conference

July 25-27, 2003

Location: Cleveland, Ohio

Contact: Dennis O’Toole at


Advocacy-Everyone’s Responsibility:

A Fieldwide Conference In the Nation’s Capital,

Sponsored by AER

July 25-29, 2003

Location: Wyndham Hotel, Washington DC

Contact: <www.aerbvi.org>


The American Society of Deaf Children (ASDC)

18th Conference

July 26-30, 2003


Campference: part camp and part conference, there’s something for everyone! While children take part in camp-like activities, parents attend educational workshops. Evening events bring everyone back together for family-focused activities.

Location: Texas School for the Deaf

Contact: TSD Educational Resource Center on Deafness

1102 South Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas 78764

Email: or

Phone: (512) 462-5329


13th DbI: World Conference on Deafblindness

August 5-10, 2003

Location: The Delta Conference Centre, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Contact:


Technology Distance Ed Presentations for 2002-2003

By Sharon Nichols and Holly Cooper


3/5 Integrating Note Takers Into the General Ed Curriculum


4/16 Routines and Technology: Activities to Make it Work


5/7 Matching Technology to the Student


Math Distance Ed Presentations for 2002-2003


2/26: Preparing Nemeth with the Scientific Notebook

3/26: Using tangibles in middle school math


All broadcasts will be held

from 1:30-3:30 PM Central Time.

Questions? Karen Scanlon at (512) 206-9314 or




TSBVI Short-Term Programs Spring 2003


Special Programs were developed to serve academic students from Texas who can benefit from a short period of intensive instruction in some area of the expanded core curriculum for visually impaired students. Referrals must come from the local school district (usually the VI teacher). Interested parents should confer with their school district about objectives for their child, and work together to make a referral.


Mar.23-28 Secondary IEP #2 (same as above)

*Apr. 5-8 A Capitol Experience (visit & learn about legislature)

Apr.13-17 Elementary IEP #2 (same as above)

*May 1-4 Elementary Austin Experience (social enrichment)


* Asterisks mark Thursday - Sunday events.

Contact: Dr. Lauren Newton, principal


SEE/HEAR

Published quarterly: February, May, August, and November

Available in Spanish and English on TSBVI’s website at

Contributions to the newsletter can be mailed or e-mailed to section editors at:


TSBVI Outreach,1100 West 45th St., Austin, TX 78756


Deadlines for Submitting Articles

December 1st for the Winter edition

March 1st for the Spring edition

June 1st for the Summer edition

September 1st for the Fall edition


Production Staff

Editor-in-Chief - David Wiley (512) 206-9219; DavidWiley@tsbvi.edu

Layout Editor - Carolyn Perkins (512) 206-9434; CarolynPerkins@tsbvi.edu

TCB Editor - Jennifer Kocyan (512) 377-0579; Jennifer.Kocyan@tcb.state.tx.us

Website Editor - Jim Allan (512) 206-9315; JimAllan@tsbvi.edu

Spanish Edition Editor - Jean Robinson (512 206-9418);

JeanRobinson@tsbvi.edu

Production Assistant - Jeannie LaCrosse-Mojica

(512) 206-9268; JeannieLaCrosse@tsbvi.edu

TCB Braille Transcriber - B. J. Cepeda

(512) 377-0665; BJ.Cepeda@tcb.state.tx.us


Section Editors

Family - Edgenie Bellah (512) 206-9423; EdgenieBellah@tsbvi.edu

Programming - Ann Adkins (512) 206-9301; AnnAdkins@tsbvi.edu

Jenny Lace (512) 206-9389; JennyLace@tsbvi.edu

Holly Cooper (512) 206-9217; HollyCooper@tsbvi.edu

Syndromes/Conditions - Kate Moss (512) 206-9224; KateMoss@tsbvi.edu

News and Views - Jennifer Kocyan (512) 377-0579; Jennifer.Kocyan@tcb.state.tx.us

Classified - Jim Durkel (512) 206-9270; JimDurkel@tsbvi.edu


The audio version of SEE/HEAR is provided by

Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, Austin, TX.


If you no longer wish to receive this newsletter, please call Beth Rees at (512) 206-9103 or e-mail her .


This project is supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). Opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the position of the U.S. Department of Education. The Outreach Programs are funded in part by IDEA-B Formula, and IDEA-D Deaf-Blind Federal grants. Federal funds are administered through the Texas Education Agency, Division of Special Education, to the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services.

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