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FVLM(t)A [ECC]: Comprehensive Evaluation and Reports for Blind and Low Vision Students

This webinar reviews the components of a comprehensive evaluation as required for determining educational vision services for students who are blind or who have low vision.
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Sample Form: Benefits of Braille

This sample form is designed to be given to all students with visual impairment at their annual IEP or ARD meetings.
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Learning Media Profile

This Learning Media Profile, which summarizes LMA information, is available as a free download.
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Webcast: Strategies for Assessing and Teaching Students with Visual and Multiple Disabilities

This video examines how learners at the sensorimotor level acquire information and progress through the learning stages.
A teacher performs a reading assessment with a student.

Assessing the Reading Speed and Stamina of Students with Low Vision

Demonstration and procedures of assessment of reading speed and stamina of a student with low vision
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Literacy Assessment and Instruction: A Position Paper

Position paper from AER on Literacy Media Decisions for Students with Visual Impairments
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Essential Assessments for Children Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

Assessment rubric for teachers and O & M instructors to use with students who are blind or visually impaired

Visual Fields with Luisa Mayer

This webcast on visual fields of children who are visually impaired with multiple disabilities offers strategies for assessment and discusses the developmental implications of a field loss.

National Reading Media Assessment (NRMA) for Youth with Visual Impairments

Reading assessment for students who are blind or visually impaired to determine the most appropriate learning media
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Braille, Print, or Both?

Selection of Reading and Writing Media for Students with Visual impairments: Braille, Print, or Both?
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LMA from Family Connect

Introduction to the Learning Media Assessment for parents and families