[Pibe-division] Braille Curricula
Dr. Denise M. Robinson
dmehlenbacher at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 30 08:57:26 CDT 2011
If you want to keep them on grade level, the best thing you can do is take the
actual work their peers are doing and put it into braille, then teach them the
contractions as they come to them. Combine this with them outputting their work
on the computer with talking software and you will have students able to compete
on the same level as their peers
Denise M. Robinson, TVI, Ph.D.
Teacher of the Blind & Visually Impaired
Yakima School District
Specialist in blind programming/teaching/training
509-674-1853 deniserob at gmail.com
From: Jackie Anderson <jackieanderson54 at yahoo.com>
To: pibe-division at nfbnet.org
Sent: Tue, March 29, 2011 8:38:04 PM
Subject: [Pibe-division] Braille Curricula
I am a teacher of blind students working i In Georgia. I am looking for some
suggestions of instructional materials for literary braille instruction. I am
currently using Patters and was just wondering if anyone out there may be using
else. I am working Two students who are total and three low-vision students. I
am seeking some materials to use with the low-vision students.
A long journey begins with one step
There is a literacy crisis in America.
Only 10% of children who are blind are
taught to read Braille.
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