Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

English Language Learner, Self-Advocacy, and Braille Readiness

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Writing self-advocacy goals
In writing self-advocacy goals for my students, I asked colleagues about ideas they have on the topic.  I have compiled their responses and share...
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One of the life skills classrooms I visit on a daily basis consistently goes above my expectations! The teacher works tirelessly to find ways for...
Braille Readiness Grid collage
The Braille Readiness Grid was developed by Anne McComiskey, Director of the BEGIN early childhood program of the Center for the Visually Impaired in...


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Do you have a student who is doing math at the 5th to 7th grade level who can benefit from systematic instruction in using graphics to gather...


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