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Challenge your students with this fun activity only requires plastic cups, a couple of command cards and brain power!
3D printed resources for teachers of students with visual impairments!
In previous posts, we've looked at a variety of Braille Displays. In the final installment, we are going to highlight the Braille XL from HIMS.
The free and easy way to use Google Meet to Screen Share
In this post I describe and present video demonstrations of the use of various types of styluses with the Noteshelf 2 and PDF Expert apps for the iPad.
Can you believe everything you read online? Teach your students how to protect themselves!
Solve these fun and accessible digital crossword puzzles!
Using To-Do with a screen reader.
How I talk to my college suite mates about my vision loss, disability, and chronic illness.
Having problems? Check out these tips!
Is your class using Google Classrooms?
This is part two of the Screen Reader for Low Vision Students series.
A tutorial on effective file management using the "Save As" command; a step by step process is presented.
A brief examination of research that explores the relationship between self-determination and computer aided instruction (CAI).
You've probably known for a while that you could make your own Alexa skills, but did you know how easy it can be?
Consider introducing your potential or emerging braille reader to a refreshable Braille Display!
ten things to know about going to college with a blindness cane and learning to use a cane in college.
Try these tried and true tips when learning VoiceOver gestures or when teaching students/adults 3-finger gestures.
My student is low vision, why should he/she be introduced to a screen reader?
This is the third tutorial in a series on learning to play the piano.
When is too much magnification detrimental? Is there an alternative?
Try these tried and true tips when learning VoiceOver gestures or when teaching students/adults 2-finger gestures.
Another tutorial in the piano series for students who are visually impaired or blind.
Sonokids, the creators of the Ballyland iPad apps, have broadened out into PC software with their new Ballyland Keyboarding program! Here's a sneak peek!
Try these tried and true tips when learning VoiceOver gestures or when teaching students/adults 1-finger VoiceOver gestures.
This adorable robot can be programmed to move, spin, talk, and play games!
Seeing two of everything can be overwhelming. Here are ten things that I do to help minimize the effects of my double vision, and why.
More coding challenges using the Sphero Ball bot and the CodeSnaps app!
Teach self-advocacy skills with this Help Menu lesson!
Students, let your voice be heard! Please participate in this screen reader survey.
Try this picture technology as a fun way to take a break from keeping eyes fixated on a screen.
Take a quick glimpse of these charts using your ears. What???
Not a perfect speller/typist? Learn how to use this spell checker tool!
This is the second tutorial in a series on learning to play the piano.
This installment is about the 5th generation of the Focus Blue series from Freedom Scientific (Vispero).
Editing without router buttons!
This is the first tutorial in a series on learning to play the piano.
Use the SAS Graphics Accelerator to access planet data and determine which planet is suitable for human life.
Review your knowledge using tactile charts and apply this knowledge to accessible digital charts!
Print a 3D tactile representation of the iOS virtual rotor!
Methodology for teaching piano to the visually impaired, include ear training and hand muscle memory.
Connect with these YouTube vloggers who share about their visual diagnosis and how it impacts their vision.
How and why I use high contrast themes on my Windows 10 computer at my internship with low vision.
Help this robotic mouse find his cheese!
In the third and final installment in this series, we will look at apps and services for screen sharing.
Where does the national shortage of TVIs and schools merge brilliantly? The answer is quite simply, Career Day!
Experiences and suggestions for teaching keyboarding to Pre-K and early elementary BVI students in a group class (computer lab)setting.
UEB Online’s new Braille mathematics program introduces students to Braille mathematical symbols and expressions.
Teach coding concepts using familiar stories. Learning to separate 'turn' and 'move forward' commands.