Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

Megan Mogan

Megan Mogan

I am a Speech-Language Pathologist and Deafblind Specialist with The Arizona Deafblind Project. I specialize in working with students who are early communicators, including deafblind learners and VI students with multiple disabilities.

Posts by Megan Mogan

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UP: An Interactive Story-Writing Process with a Prelingustic Student Who Is Deafblind Basic page 01/28/2020
Muffin Lasagna and Ferret Water Basic page 01/22/2020
The Very Hungry Braillewriter Basic page 01/17/2020
5 Hungry Kids Basic page 10/18/2019
PE Symbol Song Basic page 10/18/2019
Silly Piano Basic page 10/17/2019
Walking Chant Basic page 10/17/2019
Snow Poem Basic page 10/03/2019
Using Name Symbols to Get More (Literacy) Bang for Your (Tactile) Buck Blog entry 11/08/2018
School-Home Journals Blog entry 09/18/2017
5 Back-to-School Tips for Teachers of Students with VI and Additional Disabilities Blog entry 08/23/2015
"It's Not Silly to Me": Literacy and Communication Activities for Students with Visual Impairment and Autism Spectrum Disorder Blog entry 04/27/2015
Accessible Communication and Literacy: Building Tactile Alphabet Charts Blog entry 01/11/2015
Adapted Adapted Literacy for Students with Visual Impairments and Additional Disabilities Blog entry 10/27/2014
"In Closing": Reflections on the Power of Augmentative Communication Blog entry 12/22/2013
Perspective Shift Blog entry 08/27/2013
Integrating Confirmation Strategies with VI students who have Multiple Disabilities Blog entry 06/10/2013
Using Your Older Student's Topic to Create Original Patterned Text Blog entry 03/09/2013
The Importance of the Prefix "Co" in Non-Traditional Literacy Activities Blog entry 02/04/2013
Literacy Ideas for Students Who Are Visually Impaired with Autism Spectrum Disorder Blog entry 01/03/2013
Motivating Older Adolescents Who Are Emerging Readers Strategies 11/27/2012