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SPEVI 2021 Online Conference - Registration now Open!

This event will run 18-19 January 2021.

The Conference theme ‘Celebrating Change’ refers to events during 2020 that forced drastic changes in all aspects of our lives, particularly in the education sector where delivery of education and support services switched to a remote, often online environment. Our online conference will allow us to look back at a year of change and then forward to what we've learned and how our students can continue to receive the best possible educational experience in a changing environment. All current SPEVI members will enjoy FREE Conference registration!

Come join us in January for a memorable, entertaining and informative experience!
Visit the SPEVI 2021 Conference website for more information and the online registration form.

SPEVI Community of Practice

In order to support all specialist teachers (Vision Impairment) as a collective to support students who may be learning at home during the Covid-19 pandemic, SPEVI has created a Community of Practice – Online Learning. The webinars are free and are for SPEVI members only.
The next (fifth) meeting - via Zoom - will be scheduled for Term 4 . A short, 3 question survey has been circulated among SPEVI members to gain insight as to what you would like us to include in future communities of practice.

We are also collating and growing a list with useful sites that may be helpful for you during this time. Read more about how you can be involved with the Community of Practice, and download the resources document from the Community of Practice webpage.

Download your free JSPEVI 2019 Journal, issue 12!

Free download from the webpage with JSPEVI Journal issues

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The South Pacific Educators in Vision Impairment (SPEVI) is the major professional association for educators of students with vision impairments in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific region. SPEVI acts as the professional body in matters pertaining to the education and support of persons who are blind, have low vision, deaf-blindness, or additional disabilities.

SPEVI membership is open to professionals and parents/caregivers supporting children and adults with vision impairment, including general teachers and specialist teachers (vision impairment), allied health professionals, orientation mobility specialists and assistive technology consultants.

SPEVI is a dynamic organisation, actively working for its members. It is registered as an incorporated organisation in Australia (Registration Number INC9889733) and New Zealand.

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