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This activity is designed to help students understand the use and purpose of a function table in mathematics.
Lesson on constructing a graph or table from data with students with visual impairments
This lesson combines English Language Arts, Geometry and Orientation and Mobility in an activity for students who are blind or visually impaired.
This lesson focuses on definitions of parallel and perpendicular lines with students with visual impairments.
This lesson is designed to teach students who are blind or visually impaired to understand translations in geometry by using coordinate grids and rules.
This activity makes rotation of geometric shapes accessible to students with visual impairment, in alignment with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).
Students graph Martin Luther King's walk from Selma to Montgomery to learn about simple ratios
A math lesson that teaches students with visual impairments to use a function table to determine time and distance traveled.
This math lesson gives students the opportunity to apply functional skills in calculating and comparing the cost of rental cars.
This game is designed to teach students with visual impairments about the transformations of geometric shapes.
Lesson to teach students with visual impairment to find the slope of a triangle.
This math activity is aligned with the CCSS and focuses on teaching students with visual impairments to determine the slope of a triangle.
This CCSS activity discusses graphing equations with students with visual impairments.
This lesson plan assists students who are blind or visually impaired in understanding using Nemeth code.
This CCSS lesson plan is designed to teach students with visual impairments to use arrays to model division and find equal groups.
Student can learn more about different geometrical shapes in the world of hockey by visiting a hockey rink for a guided tour or by examining a tactile diagram.
Students will use a Perkins Brailler to reflect, translate and rotate braille characters
This activity teaches students who are blind or visually impaired about scientific notation using the example of astronomy to illustrate its importance.
Super Bowl Sunday is traditionally a day to meet with friends and enjoy food and friends. This lesson helps the student adjust a recipe for a crowd.
This lesson will help students understand credits and debits as it relates to a club treasurer's responsibilities
Use scale drawings to map out travel routes
The student will review divisibility rules and use those divisibility rules to help in division.
Learning how to manage money using a check register.
Learning what makes a questions a statistical question.
Lesson idea using simple linear equation with students who are blind or visually impaired
The POSB 2017 conference in early April was a beneficial opportunity to collaborate.
Students with visual impairment can benefit from drawing in science classes.
In this activity, students with visual impairments compare the structure and function of broadleaf leaves and pine needles.
In this activity, students order the levels of organization from least to most interactions or vice versa.
A hands-on activity to introduce students who are blind and visually impaired to friction.
This activity uses a science-based approach to teach color description to students who are blind or visually impaired.
For students with visual impairment, the volume of sound can be used to represent the brightness of stars as the concepts of apparent and absolute magnitude.
Tips and strategies to make ratios and proportional relationships accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired
Tips and strategies to make geometry accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired
An activity to help blind and visually impaired students plan for transition and adult life as they learn about budgeting.
Tips and strategies to make statistics and probability accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired
This experiment provides a low cost solution for investigating the rate of photosynthesis for students who are blind and visually impaired.
A fun alternative to a standard lesson about the structure of DNA is to use different types of candy to represent the different components of the DNA molecule.
This hands-on activity allows students who are blind or visually impaired to "build" a model of the solar system showing relative distances between planets.
In this activity, students who are blind or visually impaired are introduced to the structure of DNA and learn to "read" the code found in the nitrogen bases (the rungs).
Tips to prepare students with visual impairment to correctly interpret tables and tactile graphics in science class beginning in early grades.
These math tips and strategies are compiled from suggestions made by a team of experts as part of a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
In this article we look at the usability of the popular coding program with the VoiceOver screenreader.
This activity, appropriate for a warm up, has students with visual impairments compare the final results of mitosis and meiosis and can be played as a competitive game.
Use this CSI-related activity to help your students learn about self-advocacy!
Google's Project Bloks is a development platform for tangible programming, to help kids develop computational thinking through playful coding experiences.
A hands-on activity to introduce students who are blind and visually impaired to gravity and weight.
Providing science textbooks auditorilly for students with visual impairment is vital for comprehension for many learners.
Students who are blind or visually impaired measure distance and time to calculate the speed at which a marble travels.
Warm-up activities can be a great way to introduce a science lesson. Find out how to best adapt them for students with visual impairment.