quarta-feira, 12 de setembro de 2012

Self-Advocacy Solutions to School Problems - Captioned and Described

Disponível em http://youtu.be/JP3oSy92ub8

The social skills lesson builds upon a student, who is visually impaired, learning to communicate with a trusted adult about concerns/problems encountered at school. The video opens with the student making a good choice to move away from a peer who was bothersome. Through various scenarios, the student and teacher discuss problem-solving steps and how to benefit from them.

Title: Self-Advocacy Solutions to School Problems
School: Special School District of St. Louis County, Town and Country, Missouri
Year: 2012
Length: 3.00 minutes
Grade Level: 3rd—5th
Creative Developers: Karen Klein, Certified Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments (CTVI), Lakecha Hancock, Social Worker, and Harold Donovan, Video Communications Specialist, Hazelwood School District

In May 2012, the Texas Education of Blind and Visually Impaired Students Advisory Committee offered teachers, parents, and students with visual impairments across the United States and Canada an opportunity to submit a short video on the theme, "Social Skills: Lessons for the Real World." The contest provided a perfect opportunity to highlight a favorite lesson to teach social skills at home, school, or in the community.

View Lesson Guide: http://www.dcmp.org/guides/SelfAdvocacy.pdf

We are pleased to say the Described Caption Media Program (DCMP) partnered with the Texas Education of Blind and Visually Impaired Students Advisory Committee to provide captions and description for each video.

Captioning services provided by: Caption Perfect - http://www.captionperfect.com Caption Editors: Will Halman and Erin Gibbs

Description services provided by: Bridge Multimedia - http://www.bridgemultimedia.com