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Here is an addicting game of 3D Tic Tac Toe
Dealing with the infamous dorm fire alarms.
Being a user of Amazon Echo if you haven’t tried these amazing tricks and tips then you need to do it now. Once take a glance at these tricks and tips.
Looking for educational apps? Check these out!
Here is a fun block toy for an emerging braille preschooler!
Jill and Jamie tested water movement (up) a paper towel using 3 different kinds of paper towel.
Here is a sneak preview from Apple's WWDC!
Exploring Audio-Supported Reading with Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired: A Resource for Parents, Teachers, and Students
A student with a visual impairment designs a scientific experiment to investigate whether boys learn to beatbox more quickly than girls. Mike, is a student who loves to beat box. His project reflects his interest.
This blog provides the TVI with practical advice as to equipment, models, and tools to prepare for a student who will be in a High School Biology class.
Is your student reading at the same speed as his/her peers?
What can YOU do if your 504/IEP is not being followed?
Fun activities that teach math grid concepts and the help bridge the gap between tactile and digital formats.
Accessible iBook created to explain the color concept yellow to students with visual impairments.
In this science experiment, Jennifer, Daisy, and Warren decided to test whether participants would prefer homemade ice cream or store-bought ice cream.
Visiting colleges? Here are some important questions to ask!
Check out these tips on available low vision settings for the iPad!
Ever consider surfing? Here is your opportunity!
Help make apps accessible and support those apps that are accessible!
My experience with taking the SBAC test online.
Watch these personal stories of how these people with various disabilities use Apple products.
In this video, Ellen Mazel talks about different types of complexity and the ways that we will assess complexity for children with cortical visual impairment.
Confused about the terms that screen readers announce?
Need an O&M checklist for teaching how to ride a public bus?
In this experiment, Calvin tested the volume of the explosion using different vinegars.
Using TPACK framework, (Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge), participants will take a step-by-step approach to defining educational goal for technology
Are you getting ready for the SAT? Or are you preparing for the future? Here is my experience with deciding, signing up, and taking the SAT.
What tech skills and concepts do you and your students need to know to be able to complete digital materials and assessments?
Interested in accessible astronomy? Check this out!
A college student who is deafblind due to Usher Syndrome discusses learning ASL and exposure to deaf culture in the classroom.
This training module provide participants with an understanding of IDEA protections, IEP eligibility, and supports for special education and IEP development.
Teachers: Follow Bookshare's checklist before school ends so students are ready for a summer reading bonanza.
Taking a college test? See what this successful low vision college student recommends to take with you to the exam!
Moveover expensive graphing calculators - there's a new app in town!
Check out the new accessibility changes in Android O!
This blog includes practical advice including adapted materials necessary for the TVI working with a student in middle school science.
Here is a device that enables all children to create music!
How can deaf blind students make emergency calls?
Using iBeacons, the Aware App improves indoor navigation for travelers with visual impairments and blindness.
Governor Morehead School for the Blind shares their first year experiences of taking the new accessible version of the MAP assessments.
This tutorial focuses on Functional Vision Assessment for students with multiple disabilities.
The author discusses how connections with teachers and friends have impacted his life as an adult who is blind.
3D technology is being used to help babies with underdeveloped or missing eyes.
Geared for beginning readers and/or students with CVI, After School I is a simple iBook about after school activities.
A tech savvy user shares his Google accessibility and Chromebook experiences after attending AFB's Training the Trainer.
Working with low vision students who struggle with visual clutter and other typical dyslexia issues?
Models of three types of stress that can be placed on rock are described.
Do you use Window-Eyes? Read this important announcement!
I had two students take the accessible screen reader version of the MAP test this spring and this is the feedback.
Information on how to set up and use embossers with the BrailleNote Touch.

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