Ensuring High-Quality Instruction for Students in Braille Literacy Programs
By Alan Koenig & M. Cay Holbrook; Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, Vol. 94, No. 11 (2000).
This study used the Delphi research method to gain a consensus among 40 professionals on the appropriate levels of instructional service to address the needs of students with visual impairments in 12 areas of braille literacy skills. These resulting recommendations are general guidelines for educational teams to follow in designing braille literacy programs, but must be tailored to address the individual needs of each student.
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