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Scoring The CVI Range correctly provides the foundation for service to students with CVI.
A beginner's guide to using VoiceOver, no prior technology skills or sight required.
Creating quality IEPs will foster visual improvements and recognition of materials and learning sequences.
This is Part 3 in a series on the Juliet 120 embosser from Enling Technologies. Part 3 2ill continue our focus on settings on the unit.
Learn about accessible digital graphing with the Braille Note Touch!
O&M lesson ideas to prepare for traveling with a dog.
The Accelerator makes digital charts and graphs accessible! Learn more about accessibility options here.
The Accelerator makes digital charts and graphs accessible! Step-by-step instruction to using the Accelerator.
This annotation app enables you to ERASE unwanted items!
Learn how to use the Compass app while running VoiceOver!
Turn your O&M lesson into a Treasure Hunt! (Joanne Kennedy)
Teaching "mental mapping" skills to a young student with albinism.
O&M resources are more than just tactile maps - check out this digital book/pdf that reinforces O&M concepts for a vocational student.
Learn how to create O&M books to help your student with memory issues learn his/her routes!
Does your student really understand measurement terms such as feet?
Here is an O&M lesson to help you get started with BlindSquare using VoiceOver.
Have you tried this NEW Blindfold App?
Using Pictello, an iPad, the P.I.A.F. and braille to create an O&M book for a 2 year old child who is totally blind child.
Using Google Earth to explore area and build a mental map.
Teach visual discrimination skills for students 3-8 developmentally with this fun app!
Increase visual skills for students who are developmentally 3- 7 years of age with this fun app!
An iBook created by a student to share with her teacher and class about the technology she uses to access her the regular ed. curriculum.
Give it a spin and bring animals to life with sounds, mini-movies and fun facts!
This training module addresses the principles of Universal Design for Learning and ways to balance universal strategies with individualized needs.
How a seemingly small gesture opened my mind to how I needed to learn and changed my experience of learning and learning media.
How I use PicsArt, a free photo editing app, to simulate my vision impairment so people understand what I see.
This is part two in a series on the Juliet 120 embosser from Enling Technologies. Part two will focus on the menus and settings on the unit.
An in-depth course in scoring the CVI Range to improve your reliability in assessing children.
This presentation analyzes the different types of glare, and strategies for formally assessing each.
Using free assistive technology resources to make primary sources accessible for vision impairment.
Information for general education teachers who will have a student with visual impairments or blindness in his/her class.
The second article in this series will focus on Creating Tactile Graphics with Firebird Software.
The Colorscape app allows you to turn any picture on your camera roll into a digital coloring page. I review the pros, cons and accessibility of this app.
What's new with Android 9.0 Accessibility Settings, also known as Android Pie.
Hands-on practice to increase your reliability in assessing children with CVI.
Learn how to make your Facebook posts accessible!
This is a terrific app for young children with low vision or no vision!
WORKSHOP CANCELLED. How to successfully introduce iOS technology and to teach tech skills to toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten students with VIB.
This workshop will focus on how to successfully introduce iOS technology and to teach tech skills to toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten students with VIB.
Learn more about dyslexia and low vision friendly fonts for accessible materials.
This tutorial focuses on providing visual access to the school curriculum and environment for the child with Cortical Visual Impairment.
The right click context menu keyboard shortcut is one of the most powerful and flexible VI keyboard shortcuts .
BrailleSense Polaris Series #1: Learn strategies for teaching students Word processing on the BrailleSense Polaris.
An easy to use and create test for screen reader accessibility in Word. Navigation through the test is by Tab and Shift Tab only.
Answering the who, what, when, where, and why about accessible and environmentally friendly packaging.
The menu key, is a helpful tool for opening a context menu for a program or file. If your keyboard does not have this key, a keyboard shortcut can help.
This is part 1 in a series on the Juliet 120 embosser from Enabling Technologies. Part 1 will focus on the direct translation that is embedded into the unit.
Have students record personal audio QR codes!
A vision teacher/Orientation & Mobility Specialist shares the challenges and rewards of serving VI students enrolled in K-12 virtual schools.
Answering the who, what, when, where, & why about HR 6421- a bill that could help fund a cure for many eye conditions.