CVI Now hosted a live virtual event on CVI and Math, on February 12, 2021.
Matt Tietjen, a TVI and leader in the CVI field, presented and answered parent questions abouthow math happens in the brain,
- why CVI can make math difficult,
- neuroplasticity, potential, and opportunity for growth,
- promising practices for helping kids with CVI learn math, including multisensory approaches and CVI adaptations and accommodations,
- and next steps to continue studying math and CVI.
Click here to view the recording on CVI Now
To earn 3 professional development credits for this experience, register for the online tutorial, and complete an assessment based on the presented material.Matt Tietjen, TVI and M.Ed, is an education consultant and teacher of students with visual impairments in Connecticut. Matt is a leader in the CVI field. He developed the What’s the Complexity Framework that enables educational teams to evaluate and address barriers to a visually accessible school day. Matt also created the 2D Image Assessment, a tool that evaluates what your child’s most accessible two-dimensional images are for learning. Matt is passionate about teaching families and educators about CVI and partnering with them to create CVI-driven educational programs.