Does the child need assistive technology devices and services?
High quality AIM are acquired in diverse ways, including direct purchase from publishers or accessible media producers, from special repositories of instructional materials e. How the specialized format of a material is acquired depends on factors related to the student and the source of the material. The earlier schools select the books and instructional materials needed, the more likely that student with a print disability will receive them in a timely manner.
Creating Accessible Learning Environments
School-Aged Students — Acquisition of AEM High quality AIM are acquired in diverse ways, including direct purchase from publishers or accessible media producers, from special repositories of instructional materials e. Reach Out and Teach Parent…. Social and Cultural…. Edwin Vaughan. Accessible Education for Blind….
Drawing and the Blind:…. Surpassing Expectations: My….
Teaching Students with Visual…. But You Can Feel It.
Blindness and Disability Resources
Transition Issues Related to…. Visual Impairment in Children….
- Metaphysics: Concept and Problems;
- Book Accessible Education For Blind Learners Kindergarten Through Postsecondary?
- Setting Aside Myths About Leveraged ETFs (FT Press Delivers Elements)!
Laboratory Science and Art for…. PRCVI provides alternate formats including braille, tactile graphics, large print and other resources including braillers and kits.
In addition PRCVI provides professional development and consultation support to BC vision teachers and other school personnel working with students with visual impairments. Services for Students with Visual Impairments, provides supports for students in the Kindergarten to Grade 12 Alberta education system who are blind or visually impaired. On behalf of these students, SSVI loans schools alternate format learning resources, specialized equipment and learning kits.