DfE VI FORUM

I am delighted to have been asked by the VI Forum to speak at their community social networking event for the blind and visually impaired, taking place at Chorley Town Hall, Lancashire on 2nd of June, 2017.

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VI FORUM is an UK-based discussion group, is hosted by the DfE and is supported by the RNIB.

The forum aims to facilitate discussion of issues relating to the teaching of students with vision impairment, providing an opportunity for teachers and other educational practitioners to discuss issues, share best practice, resources and practical information.
This is a great opportunity to join a lively community of almost 2,000 education professionals and parents, including teachers, teaching assistants, support workers, disability advisers and early years practitioners.

It is for discussing issues relating to the teaching of students with visual impairments.

The VI FORUM aims to provide an opportunity for teachers and other educational practitioners to discuss issues and provide a practical information-sharing forum.

They felt that my personal experiences as a student in the world of art (as a registered blind person), is truly inspirational and are really keen for myself to network and share my experiences and to guide and support teachers, lecturers and other educational practitioners teaching students with visual impairments and indeed to inspire others suffering blindness and sight loss.

Below is the British Government web site:

http://lists.education.gov.uk/mailman/listinfo/vi-forum

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VI FORUM is an UK-based discussion group. It is for discussing issues relating to the teaching of students with visual impairments. The list aims to provide an opportunity for teachers and other educational practitioners to discuss issues and provide a practical information-sharing forum.

 

 

 

 

 

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