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QuickClasses



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QuickClasses are facilitated, asynchronous, online classes for professionals working with students who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, low-vision, or deaf-blind. They are approved for RID (Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf) CEUs, ACVREP (Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals) credit, and general professional development credit. They are free to our members.

The schedule for 2021 classes is:

  • February 8 - 28, 2021
  • March 29 - April 18, 2021
  • May 3 - 23 , 2021
  • June 7 - 27, 2021
  • August 16 - September 5, 2021

Registration will open approximately one month before the start date listed above.

For each of these scheduled dates we will offer the following two classes. When registration opens there will be a button below each class to access the registration form.

Using Accessible Media in the Classroom with Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

For professionals working with individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing in K-12 educational settings. Explores the benefits of using media in the classroom. Explains the importance of accessible media for students with sensory impairments as well as students with and without disabilities. Learn to evaluate the quality of accessibility features and various techniques for utilizing media to enhance classroom instruction. This class is three weeks of asynchronous, online training. Choose your preferred time during the week to work online and meet weekly deadlines. Expect to spend approximately five hours per week completing the required work. When you successfully complete the class, you will receive a certificate for 15 continuing education credits. Free of charge and fully accessible.

Registration Closed

Using Accessible Media in the Classroom with Students who are Blind and Visually Impaired

For professionals working with individuals who are blind or visually impaired in K-12 educational settings. Explores the benefits of using media in the classroom. Explains the importance of accessible media for students with sensory impairments as well as students with and without disabilities. Learn to evaluate the quality of accessibility features and various techniques for utilizing media to enhance classroom instruction. This class is three weeks of asynchronous, online training. Choose your preferred time during the week to work online and meet weekly deadlines. Expect to spend approximately five hours per week completing the required work. When you successfully complete the class, you will receive a certificate for 15 continuing education credits. Free of charge and fully accessible.

Registration Closed



If you have any questions, please contact us: elearn@dcmp.org.

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