Early Childhood

Analyze your student’s level for intentional touching and basic tech skills by teaching iOS gestures through learning games.

Part 2 in an O&M concept development series.
Creating simple emerging reader books about real items that a preschooler is familiar with and motivated by!

Introduce a toddler/preschooler to an iPad, analyze your student’s level for intentional touching and basic tech skills through fun games.

Have a student who is interested in tractors and big equipment?
Down on the farm resources!
Here is an engaging sight word lesson that can be done in class or remotely!
Tactile stories done from a distance can be a challenge.
Just released, this app now includes the split tap gesture!
Looking for fun literacy activities that can be taught remotely?
Introducing VoiceOver to students? Check out these VoiceOver gesture teaching strategies and apps!

Enjoy our virtual conference presentations, with the option to earn Professional Development Points or Continuing Education Credits

Why do students who are visually impaired need to be able to draw items for educational purposes?
Travel through space with this fully accessible exhilarating coding concept app!
Check out these two books: Fruits and Vegetables
Quick and easy method to create CVI-friendly videos using PowerPoint and two free web applications.
When and how should we introduce young students with visual impairments to technology?
This manual will help you introduce iOS technology and VoiceOver to 3 to 8 year old students!
Sonokids is offering a COVID-19 discount to the Paths to Technology Community!
Teaching number line concepts has never been easier or more fun!
Wondering how to get started with introducing young students to accessible digital math skills?
Check out these teacher-created videos for students with CVI!
Download these free digital books/PDFs designed specifically for students with CVI!
Ballyland iOS apps are fully accessible iOS apps for young students with visual impairments - offered at no cost from April 1, 2020!
Here are terrific, teacher-created videos for students with CVI!
Just released - an exciting, fully accessible app for students who are emerging or beginner readers!
A day in the life of Crosby and the college student who is raising him!
Tips for maximizing remote video instruction for students with CVI.
Follow this dynamic TVI and family of a young girl with CVI as they share resources, experiences and lesson plans!
Here are a couple of fun videos and activities to explain what hand washing does to germs - perfect for young kids!
Comprehension questions and techniques should be embedded into all activities! Use this simple interactive book app to teach listening comprehension.
Tips from parents who have raised extraordinary kids with visual impairments.
What tactile math skills should be taught before transitioning to math activities in a digital format?
Are your students using the Epic! app - it is accessible!
Practice braille contractions while reading about Noelle the cat!
The Novel Effect app adds sound effects to APH's tactile book!

From Hospital to Home: Using Early Visual Functioning to Support Families

Bring reading to life with Novel Effect app!
Turn your emerging braille student into a braille wizard!
Coding concept games are navigating through a maze; how can students with visual impairments access digital mazes?
Create exciting video stories VI and O&M activities!
Here are additional number line activities and concepts; including how number lines can help with braille reversals!
Their computer tech goals for preschoolers?!?

From Hospital to Home: Using Early Visual Functioning to Support Families

Matt Tietjen provides an overview of designing a school day for a child with CVI

Review of the first two apps: Speed Gesture and Sound Search.
Introducing addition and subtraction to a young braille student using a number line.
Searching for Paths to Technology posts on accessible coding concepts and coding? Check out this reference list!
Simple fun ways to adapt and teach basic number line concepts to a young braille student.
This emerging reader is learning to read in three mediums: magnified print, braille and auditory.