Best Practices

Tengo Baja Vision and Tengo Baja Vision VR are two low vision simulation apps for iOS and Android.
Step-by-step instructions and best practices when creating a non-visual digital map for students who are blind or low vision.
80+ tactile graphic images for geoscience education!
Here is a fun way to practice the read/pause tech commands and listening comprehension skills!
Multi-week lesson ideas for introducing a second grade student to audio graphs.
Understanding the spatial layout when regrouping and carrying in additional and subtraction problems using a digital game.
Strategies for creating the perfect customized university maps for students who are blind or low vision.
Using a tactile overlay to reinforce the table format in the digital Math Melodies game, Absolute Positions.
Two quick and easy methods to create simple iPad overlays of screens with rows, grids, tables, etc. designed to develop spatial skills.
Introducing tactile and digital math skills through a progression of models, tactile graphics, and digital activities using the Add or Delete iOS game.
Bridging the gap between tactile graphics and digital materials: math facts.
Macy, with Challenge Solutions, shares a video tutorial with her tips for students learning to create a Keynote presentation.
How to introduce a new app to a student and to build foundation spatial and directional concepts.
Learn how to create an accessible table (for teachers) and how to navigate a table with a screen reader (for teachers and students).
Low vision strategies for remote learning using the Zoom platform and a Chromebook.
Are you new to VoiceOver and wondering what in the world is happening?
This working mother of three shares her experiences of introducing her toddler to an iPad during the pandemic!
Learn how to embed core subject concepts such as math while you introduce technology to YOUNG children.
What can a 22 month old child who is visually impaired do on an iPad?
Strategies to help your students who are blind or low vision to participate with poise during virtual meetings.
A middle school student with low vision shares a cool tip for completing remote and in-person assignments.
Follow Sadie as she learns about number lines!

#22 in the CVI for the TVI webinar series

Download these free tactile braille alphabet sheets for your emerging reader!
Follow this terrific TVI and her 4 year old student as he successfully masters the challenging double tap gesture!

#22 in the CVI for the TVI webinar series

Learn how to use the GoodNotes app to quickly create customized PIAF-ready tactile images for Number Corner (prediction math calendar).
Why should braille students have tactile book covers and how do you make them?
Follow these students as they established a podcast series and learned to become podcasters!
Preposition and spatial concepts worksheets
Is your student using the accessible online Desmos Graphing Calculator?
Learn how ObjectiveEd games are beneficial for progress monitoring and IEP meetings!
Check out these interactive math concept games for preschoolers, kindergarten and first grade students!
This CVI student is using age-appropriate books with emojis to practice tracking skills and counting.
Independence vs. learned helplessness - how Ballyland apps can make a difference!
Explore the solar system with sonification!
Here are my tips for creating and inclusive and accessible classroom who are blind, low vision and visually impaired.
Learn how to introduce an iPad running VoiceOver to a young student!

A CVI tutorial exploring promising adaptations to remote learning for students with CVI

Join three educators for this presentation on promising practices for remote learning for stduents with CVI

Tips for staying on top of assignments in virtual classes from someone who has taken 30+ online classes!
Create fun accessible books for the iPad that are EASY to navigate with VoiceOver and a Braille Display!
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