Share Lesson Ideas

How can I earn credits for sharing teaching activities?

To earn continuing education credits, all you need to do is submit an activity or lesson idea to one of our teaching sites listed below. This is a great way to share your expertise and creativity, while also earning credit! See each of the sites below for details.

Paths to Literacy

Young boy with glasses looks at a picture book.

This interactive website is a collaboration between Perkins and Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and includes information on all aspects of literacy. It features strategies, resources, research and technology for all stages of development, from emergent literacy through braille. Learn how you can earn continuing education credits by posting strategies!

Lessons & Activities

Students counts dollar bills

Lessons & Activities allows people interested in the education of students who are blind or visually impaired, including those with multiple disabilities or deafblindness, to post their ideas in the form of activities and practical strategies. Continuing education credit can be earned for uploading activities to the site, and submissions will be reviewed according to the rubric to determine their eligibility. To learn more about how to submit posts, see How to Share a Strategy.

Accessible Science

Boy explores DNA

Accessible Science provides a valuable tool for teachers who are looking for ideas and resources on making science accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired. Learn how to upload your own activities to earn credit.

Paths to Transition

Student walking with a white cane

Explore ideas and resources related to the transition from school to adult life for youth who are blind or visually impaired, including those who are deafblind or who have multiple disabilities. Learn more about Paths to Transition and how you can earn credits!

Paths to Technology

Created as an interactive site, Paths to Technology will be a resource for defining and disseminating best practices, training, and support for teachers of the visually impaired, braille transcribers, other education professionals, parents and students themselves.  Learn more on how you can share your ideas and earn credit!