Literacy and Braille

Does your student have the tech skills required for editing documents, finding misspelled words and correcting punctuation errors?
This webinar explores the definition of literacy in the context of Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI).
Let Perkins eLearning guide you toward creating your organizational membership and launching your Bookshare program in 2 weeks!
Bookshare, an accessible on-line library for users who are visually impaired and/or print disabled, needs our support!
Want to know the VoiceOver commands used when creating a Word document on a Mac computer running VoiceOver? Watch as this tech savvy student's video!
Looking for a checklist of skills and IEP goals for Read2Go, the Bookshare digital library app?
Tips to prepare students with visual impairment to correctly interpret tables and tactile graphics in science class beginning in early grades.
There are 5 sessions included in this training module on functional literacy for students with visual impairments and additional disabilities.
This course satisfies the MA DOE ESE Educator Professional Licensure SEI PDP Requirements.
Personal reflections on the value of braille in the workplace and independence
Review of the reading A-Z app for students who are visually impaired or blind.
Follow Layla's progression as she learns more refreshable braille display chord commands on her iPad.
In this webinar, Gwyn McCormack, of PositiveEye UK shares theme-based lessons that provide a breadth of cross-curricular activities.
In this webinar, Gwyn McCormack, of PositiveEye UK shares theme-based lessons that provide a breadth of cross-curricular activities.
In collaboration with the Deafblind Program, the Spring 2017 Adult Sign Language Classes will begin on January 30, 2017 and run for 10 weeks.
Using tactile representations to explain iPad concepts to a first grade blind student.
Tips on how to encourage a first grade braille student to be responsible for and independent with her technology.
Learn about Bookshare's online library of accessible ebooks in Braille and digital formats and visit the Braille Central support portal.
Are you curious what techniques the blind use to read? We cover two techniques, Braille and audio. If curious in learning more, please keep reading.
Is "listening" truly a type of reading? Explore this hot topic!
Bookshare Adds New Updates to Go Read - A Free, Open Source Ebook Reader App
Blindfold Spin and Solve is a "Wheel of Fortune" type iOS game that reinforces learning braille contractions.
Bookshare is now offering an accessibility feature that helps readers maintain focus and improve visual tracking ability.
This tutorial describes the tools and resources that can help teams make appropriate decisions about accessible educational materials (AEM) and reading tools.
This webinar describes tools and resources that can help teams make appropriate decisions about Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) and reading tools.
This tutorial describes how Audio Supported Reading can meet the challenges of students with print-related disabilities when used as an instructional strategy.
This webinar describes how Audio Supported Reading can meet the challenges of students with print-related disabilities when used as an instructional strategy.
In this 3-day workshop, experts will present information related to instruction for students with visual impairments and multiple disabilities/deafblindness.
Learn different strategies and tools that can be used to create and modify literacy materials for early readers in this accessible literacy course.
Tips on using interactive stories on an iPad to teach children who are blind or visually impaired to use VoiceOver and Refreshable Braille Displays
A TVI shares her experiences on starting a four year old on an iPad with a refreshable braille display.
Introducing chord commands to Layla, a preschooler using an iPad paired with a refreshable braille display.
In this webcast, Kim Charlson and Joanne Becker discuss the roll out of the Unified English Braille (UEB) and the challenges in making this transition.
Guidelines for finding the right text for students who are visually impaired with varying ability levels.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to effectively and creatively adapt classroom materials while enhancing a Braille-rich environment for your students.
Learning about the properties of snow is a fun way to work on science skills.  Snow lessons can be taught in any climate.  There are several science concepts to teach during snow activities: the...
Sharon Stelzer demonstrates a full-day calendar system that she developed for a 14 year old student.
This webinar explores experience and concept books, as well as story and conversation boxes.
Ira Padhye discusses the transition from whole to partial objects as well as the construction of the calendar system.
The tutorial explores listening as a learning strategy for students with print disabilities, including sensory, cognitive, learning, and physical impairment.
This webinar will cover the concept of "Listening" in an educational context, specifically in the development of literacy skills.
Marguerite describes the benefits of schedule systems as developing literacy skills, concepts, memory, and expressive and receptive communication.
In this video, Hilary demonstrates a portable calendar system that she developed for one of her teenage students.
This short video provides a brief overview of the use of a multi-step object system for students who are ready to move on from a single object system.
The presenters will discuss a variety of strategies, accommodations, and adaptations for teaching literacy to children who are visually impaired.
Megan demonstrates how she adapted the book "What's for Lunch" using prompts, a student-activated switch, and simple visual and tactile representations of food.
In this video, Ira Padhye presents an experience book that she made for her students about going to the supermarket.
In this teachable moment, Kate Fraser talks about the importance of arrows in science.
Christa Hulburt demonstrates an adapted book, The Shape Surprise that she made for a preschool student with low vision and describes the skills she is teaching.

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