I am a retired teacher of students with visual impairments, formerly coordinator of the Assessment Program at California School for the Blind and currently, working as a rehabilitation specialist at the U.C. Berkeley School of Optometry. Editor of the book, Learning to Listen/Listening to Learn, published by AFB Press and chapter author for several other books and journal articles, I maintain a strong interest in the development of literacy skills for young students with visual impairment, especially listening comprehension.
Posts by Lizbeth Barclay
|Title||Type of Post||Created on|
|Strategies for Helping Children with Visual Impairments to Develop Listening Skills||Blog entry||04/13/2015|
|Strategies for Supporting the Development of Listening Skills in Young Children with Visual Impairments||Blog entry||02/22/2015|