This contest is now closed. Congratulations to our winners!
Marjorie Rhodes of New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Loana Mason of New Mexico State University
We invite anyone who attends the 2015 Getting in Touch with Literacy Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico to enter our giveaway contest! All you need to do to enter is to join our online community on the Paths to Literacy website or social media properties.
To enter just register for the Paths to Literacy website, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or Pinterest! You can enter once for each of these. If you are already registered, you can enter by getting a friend to sign up for any or all of these.
Refer your friends! You can enter once more for each time your friend signs up on one or all of the above.
Send us an email message to tell us what you did!
Email us at Pathsto(dot)Literacy(at)Perkins(dot)org Pathsto.Literacy@perkins.org
E.g. "I followed you on Twitter using the handle @ILoveLiteracy!" and I registered on the site with the user name email@example.com".
A selection of publications from Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and Perkins School for the Blind will be given to winners. The names of the winners will be drawn at random and books will be available at the end of the Getting in Touch with Literacy 2015 Conference. There is no cost to enter the contest.
The books are:
The goal of this manual is to provide practical suggestions for teachers and parents who want to build important foundational relationships and teach social skills to children with visual impairments and autism or other types of atypical social development. ($50 value)
The Empowered curriculum, comprised of an Introduction and 23 Units, focuses on self-determination, which involves knowledge of self and others, decision-making, problem solving, goal setting, personal advocacy, self-control and knowledge of how to interact with the environment to achieve desired outcomes. ($75 value)