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Professional Development Lunch and Learn on the Education Process for Students Who are Blind or Deaf-Blind

First Children School, 330 South Avenue, Fanwood, NJ 07023

 

You Are Cordially Invited to First Children Services’ Lunch and Learn:

“The Education Process for Students Who are Blind or Deaf-Blind in Private and Public Schools”

Presented by Angel Perez, M.A., M.S., Project Director, New Jersey Consortium on Deaf-Blindness and

Elizabeth Clark, M.A.T., ME.d, Teacher of the Visually Impaired, First Children School

 

Friday, October 11, 2019

12:00pm-1:30pm

 

First Children School

330 South Avenue

Fanwood, NJ 07023

This is a FREE event.  Attendees will receive a professional development certificate. 

 

Online Registration

 

Angel Perez works for the New Jersey Center on Deaf-Blindness under the Center for Sensory and Complex Disabilities at The College of New Jersey. Angel has a Bachelors of Science in Special Education, a Masters of Arts in Visual Impairments, and a Masters of Science in Communication Disorders and Deafness. She is currently working on her PhD. in Vision Science with an Emphasis in Sensory Disabilities from the University of Alabama in Birmingham under the school of Optometry.  Angel was a National Helen Keller Fellow and a National Leadership Consortium for Sensory Disabilities Fellow.

 

Elizabeth Clark is a Teacher for the Visually Impaired (TVI) at First Children School. In this role, she provides direct vision instructions to students, applies consultative measures with teachers for all material visual modifications and environmental adaptations, and adopts visual assessment driven reports during annual IEP meetings. Elizabeth has been within the Special Education field for ten years. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree Criminal Justice from New Jersey City University.  She earned a Masters in the Arts of Teaching with a concentration and certification in Special Education and Early Childhood Development P-3 and a Master’s in Education with a certification from the College of New Jersey (TCNJ). Elizabeth was recently accepted to Seton Hall University’s Executive Cohort program where she will be pursuing her K-12 supervisor certification, principal administrator, and Ed.S.