*Live Synchronous Learning: “Synchronous learning refers to all types of learning in which learner(s) and instructor(s) are in the same place, at the same time, in order for learning to take place.”- Bryn Mawr College
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Table 5: Live Synchronous Learning
|Cincinnati Children’s||Coronavirus Resources for Families Virtual Event Calendar||Daily live events in STEM, literature & language, arts and creativity, fitness and nutrition, social studies, and mental and emotional health||Varies by event – check specific links||Varies by event – check specific links||Free|
|Perkins School for the Blind||Virtual Elementary Program||One-week program from August 10-14, 3-4pm ET for students ages 8-13 who are blind or low vision||Courtney Wescott, Coordinator of Outreach Short Courses||Courtney.Wescott@perkins.org||$100|
|Southeast Deafblind Project||Family Story Time||Weekly live story time (8/27-10/15) for students who are registered on their state’s Deafblind Project||Donna Carpenter, State Coordinator Kentucky Deaf-Blind Project||donnaL.email@example.com||Free|
|Special Needs Network||Joe Patton Academy Virtual Summer Camp||Two one-week session camps August 3-14 (M-F) 9am-1pm PT; beginner, intermediate & advanced cohorts||Julia Chavezfirstname.lastname@example.org