In their webinar Trust the Process: A Case Study in Literacy and CVI, TVIs (Teachers of the Visually Impaired) Amanda Whelan and Joy Wilson share tips and guidelines to adapt literacy materials for a Kindergarten student (Krish) with cortical visual impairment (CVI) Phase III. They demonstrated some of the tools that they use to adapt worksheets for Krish, and they outlined the steps in the process.
1. Identify the Purpose of Each Worksheet to Guide Modifications
2. Using Apps to Adapt Worksheets
You Doodle Pro
You Doodle Pro enables users to incorporate color and high-quality images. You can eliminate clutter on the page, and highlight the salient features of something.
Stick Around can be used to replace activities that involve cutting and pasting, when the focus is academic content.
Using the You Doodle Pro App to Adapt Worksheets
The video below shows a step-by-step demonstration of how to adapt a worksheet using the You Doodle Pro app.
Using the Stick Around App for Worksheets
Using iBooks in the Classroom
Using Good Notes to Write on Worksheets
Students can access worksheets using a stylus or Apple Pencil, as well as a keyboard.