This video is part 8 of an 11-part self-paced training series called Tools to Support You in Having a Student with a Visual Impairment in Your K-6 General Education Classroom.
Not all students with visual impairments have a paraprofessional or teaching assistant. When there is a paraprofessional assigned to your student, this means that you’ll both be working together along with the teacher of students with visual impairments to promote your student’s independence.
- Tools to Support You in Having a Student with a Visual Impairment in Your K-6 General Education Classroom
- How Do You Use Your Vision?
- Understanding the Numbers Behind a Student’s Visual Impairment and the Use of Functional Vision
- Functional Vision Assessment 101
- Who’s on My Student’s Educational Team?
- How Do I Support the Print Reader in My Classroom?
- What is Braille and How Do Students Read It?
- How Do Students Write Using Braille?
- You and Your Student’s Paraprofessional Working Together
- What Is My Role in Adapting Materials?
- How Can I Support the Student Who Is Using Technology?
- Orientation and Mobility 101