The Second Annual Vision and Learning Symposium will delve into many critical issues, both educational and political, that affect Washington children with vision problems. Educators, optometrists, social activists, computer software designers, and politicians will share new technologies for vision games and therapies, new approaches and understandings for education and legislation, and underlying issues of social injustice.
Note 1: Teacher clock hours may be available for this
conference (A $14.00 fee is required).
Note 2: Students with a valid UWB Student ID may register for free – available to the first 80 sign-ups.
This is supported by a grant from the School of STEM, Division of Computing & Software Systems