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National Leadership SpecialQuest (NLSQ) 2010 Blog | Submitted by Susan Stewart 09/16/10

Materials developed for the NLSQ (PowerPoints, handouts, etc.) as well as participant-generated content can be located and downloaded from this site. The site also includes images, video, tweets, and blog postings made by participants.


Resources on Working with Children Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired or Deafblind | (.doc 35kb) Submitted by Tom Miller 2/08/10

An annotated list of resources for working with children who are blind, visually impaired, or deafblind from the Perkins School for the Blind in MA. Includes excellent professional development resources, including multimedia training modules; information on literacy; advocacy; service design; etc.


The Institute for Education and Professional Development | Submitted by Linda Schumacher 09/21/09

The Institute for Education and Professional Development has developed a distance learning course using SpecialQuest materials. The course was funded through a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) and supported by the Massachusetts State Leadership Team. As part of this course, we have developed a WIKI site as a resource to the instructors and participants of this hybrid course. Please visit our WIKI where you can see our course resources and instructor support.


SpecialQuest Trainer/Facilitation Tips (.doc 27kb) | Submitted by Donna Ruhland 08/19/2009

The Ohio State Leadership Team developed this tool as they prepared for the Training of Trainers event they implemented this past spring. (See related story in the SpecialQuest newsletter archives.) They have added some language to several salient points distilled from the Facilitator's Guide of the SpecialQuest Multimedia Training Library.





















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