Strategies & Activities for Working with Students Following the Standard Course of Study
Preparing students for college, career, and life starts early for students who are blind or visually impaired should start early. Equipping them with the skills to successfully and independently use assistive technology and advocate for their needs will help level the playing field and prepare them for future transitions. In this presentation I discuss strategies for working with on-grade-level students, providing instruction in low vision devices, providing braille instruction for students learning braille as a secondary mode, providing keyboarding and technology instruction and other ECC skills you can embed into instruction. This presentation is packed full of activities you can begin using immediately with your students!
- Working with on grade level students
- Instruction in low vision devices
- Braille as a secondary mode
- Technology instruction
- More ECC skills
- Recorded Video Presentation
- Presentation handout for note taking
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