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DCMP offers several online courses, including many that offer RID and ACVREP credit. Courses for students are also available.
Asynchronous, online classes for professionals working with students who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, low vision, or deaf-blind.
For interpreters, audio describers, parents, and educators working with students who are deaf or blind. Full membership is required for most.
Modules are selfpaced, online trainings designed for professionals, open to eLearners and full members.
These self-paced online learning modules cover the topics of transition, note taking, and learning about audio description.
DCMP can add captions, audio description, and sign language interpretation to your educational videos and E/I programming.
Captions are essential for deaf and hard of hearing viewers, and audio description makes visual content
accessible for the blind and visually impaired.
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The DCMP provides services designed to support and improve the academic
achievement of students with disabilities. We partner with top educational
and television content creators and distributors to make media accessible and available
to these students.
Angry? Catch Your Anger
Antidote to Bullying: Kindness and Respect
Bullying: There's Always a Way Out
Connect With Kids: Stopping Verbal Bullying
Dinner for Two
Everyday Conflicts: Conflict Resolution
Flirting Or Hurting? When Is It Okay, When Is It Harassment?
Get Along Monsters: Don't Call Me Names
Get Along Monsters: Everybody Makes Mistakes
Get Along Monsters: It's Okay to Say No
Get Along Monsters: Let's Make Up
Get Along Monsters: No More Teasing
Get Along Monsters: Stop Picking on Me
Getting Through It: Kids Talk About Divorce
Got A Problem? Ask Questions
Got a Problem? Keep Your Hands to Yourself
Groovy Joe: Ice Cream and Dinosaurs
Guidance Systems: Harassment Hurts
How to Deal With Anger
In Pursuit Of A Dream
Internet Bullies: What Is It?
Kindness Counts: Feelings
Kindness Counts: Ignore It!
Learn Numbers, Shapes, and Colors With Chain Reactions
Making School a Positive Place: Dealing With Mean People
Making School a Positive Place: How to Help a Friend
Making School a Positive Place: Too Much Drama
Making School a Positive Place: Too Much Teasing
My Blog: 5 Ways to Deal With Anxiety
My Blog: 5 Ways to Respectfully Disagree
My Blog: A Little Respect Please!
My Blog: Dealing With Bullies and No One Gets Hurt
My Blog: How to Get Along
My Blog: What To Do About Rumors, Taunts & Bullies
My Blog: Why Are There Bullies?
My Blog: Working Things Out
My Little Planet: Silence Is Golden
Pushed to the Brink: Bullycide on the Rise
Real Life Teens: Broken Homes
Real Life Teens: Self-Destruction
Real Life Teens: Teens And The Media
Real Life Teens: Weapons And Violence On Campus
Room to Breathe
School Violence: You Can Prevent It
Skill-Building Buddies: Handling Transitions and Change
Skill-Building Buddies: Sharing and Taking Turns
Telling Isn't Tattling
The Bully Report
The Emotion Commotion: Angry Sad Feels Bad
The Emotion Commotion: Stress Mess
The Emotion Commotion: When Worry And Fear Appear
The Teen Files Flipped: Bullies, Loners And Violence
Too Many Pumpkins
What Does It Mean to Be a Good Friend?
When You Feel Left Out
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