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Mediating Haptic Exploratory Strategies in Children Who Have Visual Impairment and Intellectual Disabilities

Research article on mediating haptic exploratory strategies in children who have visual impairment and intellectual disabilities
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Autism and Visual Impairment: A Review of the Literature

Literature review on the relationship between Autism Spectrum Disorder and Visual Impairment (ASDVI).
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iPad Research Promising for Children with Cortical Visual Impairment

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Constant Time Delay and Braille Word Recognition

Results of a research study on using constant time delay to teach braille word recognition with students with visual impairments and intellectual disabilities.
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Study Reveals That Children with Autism May Have Difficulties Matching Sight and Sound

New study on autism spectrum disorder examines the link between interpretation of sights and sounds
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Reading Comprehension of Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants

This research study compares the reading comprehension skills of deaf children with cochlear implants to deaf children without cochlear implants.
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A Case Study of Tack Tiles Literacy Instruction for a Student with Multiple Disabilities Including Congenital Blindness

Research study on the use of tack-tiles to teach braille to a student who is blind with additional disabilities
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iStimulation: Research on iPad Apps for Children with Visual Impairments

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Signs of Literacy Project: Gallaudet University

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Research-to-Practice: Center for Early Literacy Learning (CELL)

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Toward Positive Literacy Outcomes for Students with Significant Developmental Disabilities

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A Survey on Literacy Instruction for Students with Multiple Disabilities

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The NCDB Outcomes and Performance Indicators: Literacy

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Instruction of Keyboarding Skills: A Whole Language Approach to Teaching Functional Literacy Skills to Students who are Blind and Have Additional Disabilities

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A Survey on Literacy Instruction for Students with Multiple Disabilities