Expanded Core Curriculum

Learn all about Chromebook with the ChromeVox screen reader with this video tutorial!
Which periodic table is best for your student?
Looking for a fully accessible board game? Try out this 3D printed version of Aggravation!
What do YOU want to learn today?
Instantly listen to printed sheet music!
Learn how to use Braille Math Editor, a recent JAWS feature, with a braille display to complete math assignments using Nemeth code.
Having trouble with all the clutter on website articles? This video tutorial will show how to eliminate the extra buttons, ads, and columns!
Video tutorials about how visually impaired users browse the web with various accessibility tools.
This comprehensive braille curriculum has braille overlays and tactile braille manipulatives!

#29 in the CVI for the TVI webinar series

#29 in the CVI for the TVI webinar series

JAWS lesson plans organized by tasks complete with vocabulary terms, commands and activities!
Need help aligning assistive tech skills to the national technology standards for elementary students who use a screen reader?
Check out this adventurous game that incorporates sonification and vibrations to make images accessible!
Build vocabulary and reading comprehension using these amusing winter puns!
Running around the Sphero City - where can you send your robot?
Use the beloved Grinch to teach alphabetic word signs such as "not", "like" and "but".
Want to know what text is embedded in the image? Watch this student-created video tutorial!
A story about Billie and his experiences with his monocular, Mac.
Age-appropriate IEP goals for a preschooler learning to use VoiceOver on an iPad.
Learn what tech skills should be mastered in K-12 in order to flourish in college and/or the work place!
Use this mischievous elf to teach image description tech skills!
Can your students take notes from an educational video?
Tune in to learn about the Fender Tune App!
Quickly find seasonal activities and lessons with this list of posts organized by themes and seasons!
Create maps of local areas specifically for your student and create questions appropriate for your student!
Why you should meet with your college assistive technology specialist and how they can help students and staff with disabilities.
Capture the first day of preschool in an accessible ePub book!
Get started with coding activities with the Sphero robot and free CodeSnaps app!
How family members can share their vacation experiences!
Learn how to play Map Explore and answer the customized map questions.
Orientation and Mobility Specialists: YOU can now create accessible digital maps to help build solid mental mapping skills!
How to quickly create quality maps - including maps of YOUR state!
Here are my favorite uses for the Apple Pencil and how I use it in the classroom, workplace, and as a blogger.
Build concepts, tactile graphics skills and technology skills with these pumpkin life cycle activities for students who are visually impaired!
Monster-themed activities to introduce digital note taking skills to gen ed students and students with visual impairments.
A successful college grad shares how to make books accessible!
Learn how two famous poems created the poppy Veteran's Day tradition. (Activities include a craft, poems and research!)
Tactile graphics can be spooky and spectacular!
Learn how to create multiple worksheets using the same images! Note: These images are great for low vision and CVI students too!
Fall-themed spider activities for various ages and goals!
Demo of using the updated Split View feature in iOS 15 with VoiceOver
Carl interviews Ms. Robin Tueting, a goal ball medalist and an O&M instructor at Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind.
My talk from a Future Date virtual conference about what I wish I learned about Assistive Technology before starting college: a 15 minute video for all!
A list of skills and concepts I wish I learned and developed about assistive technology prior to starting college with low vision.
4to24 is a resource for parents of children and youth who are blind or have low vision and are between the ages of 4 and 24 years.
Quickly convert the color-by-number or color-by-shape worksheets into accessible tactile graphic worksheets.
Blind people need PowerPoints too!
Review of the most popular accessible OCR apps.
A video tutorial for students on how to take notes in class using Word and JAWS and how to organize these notes.

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