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Peg Palmer discusses how creating a tangible calendar system for children with CVI can help them

Teach coding concepts and math concepts using familiar stories. This activity focuses on teaching grid skills, choosing the shortest route and numbering.

Hearing impacts our ability to communicate, connect with others, and respond to environmental cues.

Hearing impacts our ability to communicate, connect with others, and respond to environmental cues.

How I learned to navigate my internship building with and without my blindness cane and human guides.
A brief examination of a couple of websites that offer accessible, online text only games.
Have you tried these tech tools in the classroom?
This article is the first in a three-part series featuring ways for students to access classroom materials at a distance.
Have you tried these accessible digital images?
How my friends and I organize our iPad home screens with folders, pages and varying levels of sight.

Explain the benefits of playing games with your students

Once you have opened up a program, you will want to know how to navigate around its menu bars.
Directly copy and paste files from Google Drive to the internal drive on the BrailleSense Polaris.
One-handed braille entry is possible if you have a BrailleNote Apex paired with a Windows Computer!
Educators can now create their own accessible images using this the Vital software!
I'm not faking my vision impairment, here are seven places I don't use my blindness can and why.
Here is the third Ballyland Coding App - are you ready for a new challenge?
Teach coding concepts using familiar stories.
What are the benefits to students who blog on P2T?
How I dealt with Anxiety about receiving classroom accommodations and modifications for my low vision.
Learn how to use a Braille Display to read a teacher-created book!
This app addresses the issue of teaching number line concepts in a digital format.
Check out this OCR app that was created specifically for users with visual impairments!
This article will focus exclusively on the Braille Trail Reader LE (recently made available on APH Quota).
As an example of the rapid pace of change in technology, a search for instructions using Google Docs revealed some outmoded examples
This app addresses the issue of how to make digital lines accessible to students who are visually impaired.

This tutorial is a case study on the approach used to teach literacy skills to a kindergarten student with Phase III CVI.

Have you tapped into your local university's knowledge and computer science skills?
The Swift Playgrounds puzzle world is laid out in a 3D 5x5 grid (includes height). To write the code, you need to understand the grid layout.
This article features an overview of TypeAbility from Yesaccessible!
Learn all about the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the soldiers who guard it!
Follow Jen as she shares her experience of getting a new guide dog.
Can this fun game be used for educational purposes?
Aeden learns to pair and check that his Braille Display is talking/conversing with his iPad.
Perkins Podcasts!

Explain the benefits of playing games with your students

Tech provides students with visual impairments with the tools that will take them into the 21 century.
This app is a FUN way to learn iOS gestures, listening skills and increasing auditory processing!
How and why travelers with visual impairments should know about the Share My Location feature.
A free accessible digital cat book.

Marguerite will review the complications that complex environments pose for children who have CVI

In order to use a screen reader like JAWS, you need to know the basics to navigation.
The Freedom Scientific Ruby 7 HD has a great combination of features that are ideal for students who have low vision.
Braille Beetle: fourth installment in a series of articles describing a variety of braille displays, pointing out the advantages of each unit.
Consider this AAC app for students with multiple disabilities who are approaching transition.
Have you tried this multi-modal AAC App?

The transition from special education to post school life presents significant challenges to students, their families and their educational teams.

Wearable technology (finger rings) that turn color into musical sounds!
A brief examination of the cost of Microsoft Office and alternatives for a VI student.