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Spatial Tech Standards are unique to students who are blind or low vision; learn how to teach these foundational skills to young students!
Rytey interviews Dr. Mona S. Minkara an Assistant Professor of Bioengineering and an Affiliate Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and filmmaker.
Learn how to create an accessible table (for teachers) and how to navigate a table with a screen reader (for teachers and students).
Learn more about sonification and the exciting future Ballyland Sonoplanet app which incorporates sonification into a game for young students!
Learn how to embed core subject concepts such as math while you introduce technology to YOUNG children.
Learn how to use the GoodNotes app to quickly create customized PIAF-ready tactile images for Number Corner (prediction math calendar).
Follow these students as they established a podcast series and learned to become podcasters!
Space enthusiasts - be the first 5 students to complete the activity and receive a 3D astronomical model!
Is your student using the accessible online Desmos Graphing Calculator?
AnimalWatch Vi has TWO fun math curriculums for students with visual impairments!
Explore the solar system with sonification!
NHH-BVI is providing FREE homework help for students with visual impairments!
Need a lesson or have a lesson to share? Check out the Lesson Library!
Detailed lesson plans for STEAM activities using CodeSnaps app and Sphero robotic ball!
Have you tried this portable document camera as a remote instruction tool and/or magnifying device for students with low vision?
Methods for adding and subtracting negative numbers
Audio math lessons for middle and high school students!
Need free accessible digital materials? Check out Paths to Technology's new Resource Library!
Strategies, games and activities: a combination of braille, magnification and tech for an emerging reader!
Quickly create customized, accessible digital maps that students can use to build mental maps and answer map-related educational questions.
Eight different high tech and no tech ways to create an accessible formula sheet for students with print disabilities.
This user-friendly update streamlines the process of creating and opening non-visual digital maps!
Wondering how to interact with the Swift Playgrounds coding app while using VoiceOver?
This manual will help you introduce iOS technology and VoiceOver to 3 to 8 year old students!
Practical and fun ways to teach braille, abacus, tech, and more to a 3rd grade student remotely!
Create customized tactile maps using Touch Mapper!
My favorite no-tech solutions for drawing graphs and creating charts with low vision and dysgraphia-no screens required.
Maureen the Marine Biologist is interviewed by Sofia.
See how this student was motivated to learn a challenging school route through 'coding' the Cubetto robot!
Free webinar on how to create and use accessible digital maps.
This free webinar is geared for students with VIB middle school and up! Recorded webinar and resources now available.
Have you discovered TpT - teacher-created resources for teachers?
How I use the free Socratic app for iOS and Android to get homework help and better understand topics related to science, math, history & English.
Learn how to probe the polar surface with this hands-on science activity.
Ballyland iOS apps are fully accessible iOS apps for young students with visual impairments - offered at no cost from April 1, 2020!
Astronauts reading space-themed books from the International Space Station!
This vivacious fourth grader created a video to share her love of coding with other students who are visually impaired.
Does your student/child need educational materials in braille or other access to educational materials during the COVID-19 school closures?
Does your K12 student with visual impairments need qualified help with homework during the COVID-19 school closures?
PBS Kids created a new accessible math game based on the PBS Kids series Cyberchase.
YOUR elementary students with visual impairments can become "citizen scientists" in this exciting opportunity to explore space, stars and planets!
Kodu, a visual programming tool used to teach basic coding with the use of blocks and pictures.
This blog provides guidance for TVIs who will have a student in elementary science.
This blog provides practical steps to prepare for a student with Visual Impairment entering a middle school life science class.
This blog includes practical advice including adapted materials necessary for the TVI working with a student in middle school science.
This is a description of how to adapt the APH Periodic Table in order to indicate tactually the major element groups.
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.
APH produces useful and concise instructional videos.
Providing magnification in science (particularly of specimens) proves invaluable for low vision students.
Tips to adapt animal dissection for students who are visually impaired.