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Lesson 7: Strategies for Developing Students’ Thinking Skills

This lesson addresses strategies for developing students' thinking skills as part of geometry and tactile graphics for students who are blind or visually impaired.

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In Lesson 7 Dr. Zebehazy discusses different ways to promote your students’ thinking skills within the context of your instruction around tactile graphics. You’ll also get ideas for how to support concept development for your students. 

 

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