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Ten options for making the Periodic Table accessible for students with blindness and low vision.
What is your student's reading fluency?
Can students with diverse abilities successfully work together?
A while back, I wrote a piece that compared an iPad Pro to a PC. At the time, it didn't quite hit the mark. Now with the release of iOS 11, can It beat the PC?
My tips for being successful in college admission interviews.
What I learned from my high school teach of the visually impaired (TVI) as a low vision student.
a review of Notability, SnapType Pro, and Adobe Fill & Sign for editing worksheets digitally
FREE two day, Friday and Saturday, December 1 and 2, hands-on workshop focuses on teaching educators to effectively implement Bookshare in the classroom.
Take notes and create accessible materials in about 90 seconds with this free app.
Teach students basic sonification using this fun game!
FREE hands-on workshop focuses on teaching educators to effectively implement Bookshare in the classroom.
Make sure you get to your dorm safe - call a security escort if any of these things are happening.
Cited is a free and completely accessible app that allows students to cite sources without need to worry that the formatting is not correct.
Mikogo is a simple to use screen sharing tool for teachers who have students who are low vision learners.
Creating accessible documents for people with print disabilities with Microsoft Office Word 2016.
You made a book in Book Creator - how do you share it with students?
How having friends with low vision and Chiari Malformation has helped me accept my disability and diagnoses.
Want to practice your UEB and/or braille contractions? Try this braille version of Wheel of Fortune!
Quickly create your own geometric 3-dimensional objects using these magnetic tiles.
Accessibility feature that really help passengers who are blind or have low vision.
This article contains information and ideas on how to volunteer and give back to the community.
Use this popular game to teach/practice VoiceOver gestures!
Much excitement went into this year's iPhone event, however, was this hype completely necessary? I want to share my thoughts on it, and perhaps you'll agree.
Combine hands-on activities with digital bar charts with these fun fall activities!
Get organized using email inbox filters/folders!
Make sure pants aren't on backwards, and other tips to ensure a great picture. www.veroniiiica.com
These 10 resources will help students figure out what colleges to tour and apply to.
Including students with IEPs and 504s, with a special focus on low vision, on class field trips.
What features you need when purchasing a printer, with a special focus on low vision users.
Equal access means equal opportunity for students with disabilities.
Tips for including students with low vision on both pre-recorded and live school news program. Written for students in all grade levels.
A free Note-taking software that integrates every aspect of the classroom experience.
10 more questions I asked myself & others when choosing a college that helped me find my perfect match.
To kick off Chairi Malformation month, here is how I explain my brain condition, Chiari Malformation, to people.
Want your student to be faster on his/her Mac? Learn to use Siri!
This article highlights the various settings in Windows 10 that can be helpful to individuals with low vision
The Visual Brailler iOS app can be paired with a refreshable braille display to create a digital Perkins braillewriter experience.
Why students should submit a video essay with their college application, even if they're not tech savvy.
How to help young blind children explore and play with technology like their sighted peers!
All of the applications on my high school laptop no internet connection required.
What to look for when choosing an iPad and features to consider, aimed at students with low vision.
Including dancers with special needs, with a focus on low vision, from a visually impaired tap, jazz, and ballet dancer.
This article will focus on the accessibility features of the Fitbit iOS app. Part 2 of a two part series.
When my first high school taught me my IEP was an inconvenience, & I spent a week imagining what it would be like without one
Sometimes the best seat isn't front row center. How to find the best seat in the classroom with preferential seating accommodations.
My review of the eclipse soundscape app on iPad and Android, and how it helped me understand a really cool event.
Teachers - you can easily create accessible questions using Google Forms!
Planning tech goals? What should your student know by 5th grade and by high school?
My experience with my state protection and advocacy organization, and why every student with a disability should know about them.