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Virtual Space Science for the Blind? Yes, You Can!

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8:45 AM, Saturday 6 Feb 2021 CST (1 hour 30 minutes)
Space Center Houston (Hosting of all events take place on-line-virtually) - Virtual Classroom 4   Virtual session
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Grades K-12Expert/ Educator
How can classroom educators engage learners with visual impairments if the students cannot see the amazing lessons across the digital expanse? Science engagement does not have to be limited by ability. In this interactive session, participants will explore descriptive language, effective practices for images and audio, storytelling, and more!

Who's Attending

Stephanie McMahon
Accessibility Consultant
Northern Arizona University Center for STEM Teaching and Learning/PLANETS
Ángela Pérez
Corporación Parque Explora - Planetario de Medellin
Mónica Ortiz Alvarez
Degree in Neuroscience
Harvard Medical School
Jodie Guillen
Educational Advocate
Eden Cook
Pre-service Educator
University of Oklahoma
ALI Hazan del Canto
Psychologist professor
Aeroespace Academy of Mexico
Greg Pitonza
Middle School Technology and STEM Teacher
Canajoharie Middle School
Tori McIntosh
North Dakota Space Grant Consortium
Eman Beck
Science Faculty
NASA OKSG STELLAR Mentor, Terra Verde Discovery School (Norman, OK)
Sharon Rigsby
Murry J Frank Planetarium, Beaumont ISD
1 other(s)

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