[nobe-l] Teaching Students to Understand Landforms

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Fri May 22 02:39:51 UTC 2015

>Subject: [Nfb-science] Teaching Students to Understand Landforms
>From: Li Zhou via Nfb-science <nfb-science at nfbnet.org>
>Cc: Li Zhou <lzhou.backup at gmail.com>
>Dear all:
>     We are interested to know whether or not students who are blind or
>visually impaired are receiving instruction in understanding landforms
>(such as mountains, plains, rivers, canals, tributaries, and so on).
>We are also asking teachers and learners familiar with the subject
>whether existing materials available for teaching about landforms are
>useful or need improvement.
>     If you have taught about or studied landforms in geography, social
>studies, mobility, or other classes, we would appreciate your
>responses and comments in the short survey linked below. Please
>forward this link to others who may be interested, too.
>     The cutoff date for taking the survey is Friday, June 12, 2015. 
> Thank you!
>Frederick Otto
>Tactile Learning Project Leader
>APH Educational Research

         David Andrews and long white cane Harry.
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