The purpose of the blind-visually impaired advisory committee is to provide specific advice and counsel to the Minnesota Resource Center regarding ways to improve learning results for students who are blind-visually impaired, determine priorities for action, address technical issues and offer counsel on general operations of the Center.
The committee provides general advice and counsel to the Special Education Advisory Panel and the Office of Special Education in the Minnesota Department of Education regarding general procedures for addressing the needs of students who are blind-visually impaired within the context of special education program rules, priorities, procedures, and funding.
Putting the Innovation in STEM
How do we promote creativity within STEM programs for highly able learners? Join us Tuesday, Oct. 13, for this unique workshop. Participants will work with three experts in innovation through creativity. Discover strategies that encourage youth to be makers and to see the world as something they are actively helping to create. Learn how to incorporate creativity and assessment into daily classroom practices.