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Lesson 6: Systematically Teaching Graphics Literacy Skills to Students

This lesson is designed to help teachers of students with visual impairments learn about systematically teaching graphics literacy skills to students who are blind or visually impaired.

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If you are a print reader, there are no activities for Lesson 6 that have an accompanying braille file.

 

 

 

Building STEM Skills Using AnimalWatch Products

If you’d like to learn more about tools to assist your 5th-8th grade students in building their graphics literacy skills, view Dr. Rosenblum’s session for the APH Access Academy titled Building STEM Skills Using AnimalWatch Products on YouTube. 
 

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