Kirsty Jackson

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5 ways the LightAide is great for kids with CVI, cortical visual impairment! The LightAide™ is an exciting educational tool for students with vision impairments, cognitive disabilities and other challenges. Children with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) really respond to the LightAide due to some of its great features including it's bright lights (of course!), it's fun, simple and so much more! Learn more about the LightAide and teaching kids with CVI on Perkins.org!

5 ways the LightAide is great for kids with CVI, cortical visual impairment!

Teaching children to assume responsibility for their tech devices can start at an early age. This is also a great way to address the ECC!

Tips on how to encourage a first grade braille student to be responsible for and independent with her technology.

'Computing 2014: Some ideas on assessment'. A good overview of assessment issues in KS1 and 2 by Pete Dring.

'Computing Some ideas on assessment'. A good overview of assessment issues in and 2 by Pete Dring.

Free Computer Games for Blind/Visually Impaired Children | eHow

Free Computer Games for Blind/Visually Impaired Children

iPad Apps for Blind Children | WonderBaby.org

Junior Blind of America's Infant & Early Childhood Program has been using iPads as part of its curriculum in order to study how children with CVI or low vision respond to iPad apps. The results are in and they are very encouraging!

Within the past week we have been learning the correct way to write a research question. We are learning how to approach the question and what content it should include. The research question is a more central question then below you can have sub questions to help more define what you will be discussing.

write a research question. how to approach the question and what content it should include. The research question is a more central question then below you can have sub questions to help more define what you will be discussing.