Ideas for Virtual Learning & Home Schooling

Collection by Paths To Literacy • Last updated 4 weeks ago

17 
Pins
 • 
26.61k 
Followers

Activity ideas and tips for distance learning and remote instruction of students who are blind or visually impaired

Paths To Literacy
This lesson is designed to provide a virtual introduction to braillewriters through remote instruction. Home Schooling, Step By Step Instructions, Literacy, Student, Activities, Remote, Learning, Design, Ideas

A Virtual Introduction to Braillewriters

This lesson is designed to provide a virtual introduction to braillewriters through remote instruction.

Ideas to promote social interaction among students with visual impairments and other special needs during Zoom online conferencing. Home Activities, Interactive Activities, Zoom Online, Special Needs Students, Home Learning, Home Schooling, Teacher Stuff, Documentary, Distance

Promoting Social Interaction via Zoom

In addition to the many challenges that students with visual impairments face academically online, it can be difficult to find opportunities to socialize with peers. Families can try these ideas during this period of at-home learning.

Get tips from teachers of the visually impaired from what they have learned over the summer about how to teach students with visual impairments most effectively. Plant Paradox Diet, Student Teaching, Home Schooling, Literacy, Remote, Teacher, Activities, Education, Learning

Things We've Learned About Remote Online Instruction

Get tips from teachers of the visually impaired from what they have learned over the summer about how to teach students with visual impairments most effectively.

Tips to make group Zoom lessons more CVI-friendly for children with cortical visual impairment Computer Lessons, Technology Lessons, Computer Lab, Physical Education Activities, Speech Activities, Visually Impaired Activities, Kindergarten Fun, Preschool, Classroom Helpers

Tips to Make Group Zoom Lessons More CVI-Friendly

Basic, broad recommendations I shared with teachers who are holding group zoom meetings with students with CVI (cortical visual impairment)

This electronic fish braille file folder game can be used in virtual lessons with dual media learners. Visually Impaired Activities, Preschool Special Education, File Folder Games, Preschool Printables, School Psychology, Learning Disabilities, Home Schooling, Social Skills, Life Skills

Fish Braille File Folder Game

These electronic file folder games are designed to give dual media learners practice learning dot configurations for corresponding braille words.

Online learning opportunities for students who are blind or visually impaired World History Teaching, World History Lessons, Middle School Counseling, School Staff, High School Hacks, School Tips, Visually Impaired Activities, Maryland School, Florida Schools

Online Learning Opportunities from Schools for the Blind and Related Organizations

Online learning opportunities for students who are blind or visually impaired

One connection at a time: working to provide educational access to children who are blind or visually impaired, including those with CVI (cortical visual impairment), through voluntarism during the pandemic Multiple Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Name Activities, Educational Activities, Environmental Print, Volunteer Services, Folder Games, File Folder, Preschool Special Education

One Connection at a Time: Working to Provide Educational Access Through Voluntarism During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Volunteer service can be a helpful way to provide materials and support to students with visual impairments, including those with multiple disabilities, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Reinforce Nemeth code during virtual instruction using Braille UNO cards for greater than or less than math concepts with students who are blind or visually impaired Visually Impaired Activities, Uno Cards, Visual Impairment, School Closures, Math Concepts, Greater Than, Home Schooling, Math Activities, Blind

Greater Than or Less Than with UNO

Reinforcing Nemeth skills through virtual instruction during school closures using braille UNO cards with students who are blind or visually impaired

Parent-created schedule for home-based school activities for children who are blind, visually impaired or deafblind Home Activities, Educational Activities, Home Learning, Home Schooling, Literacy, School Schedule, Parenting, Daily Routines, Student

Parent-Created Schedule for Home-Based School Activities

With school closings due to the coronavirus and COVID-19, many parents are scrambling to put something into place at home. While individual circumstances vary greatly, this example is for an academic 5th grader who is deafblind & his sighted brother

Make the information about the coronavirus "Flatten the Curve" accessible to people who are blind, visually impaired or deafblind with this accessible tactile graphic. Braille Reader, Transcription, Home Schooling, Blind, Literacy, Health Care, Students, Technology, Teaching

"Flatten the Curve" Graphic in Accessible Format

Make the term "Flatten the Curve" accessible to people with visual impairments, with this tactile graph.

Learn how to connect to a BrailleNote Touch Plus via Zoom Meeting when teaching braille students via distance learning Multiple Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Visually Impaired Activities, Folder Games, File Folder, Preschool Special Education, Assistive Technology, Education Humor, School Psychology

Connecting to a BrailleNote Touch Plus via Zoom Meeting

Step-by-step instructions to connect to a BrailleNote Touch Plus via Zoom Meeting

Looking for help to support your child with visual impairments? Or perhaps you have time to volunteer? Find out how volunteers can be matched to families during this time of school closures. World History Teaching, World History Lessons, High School Hacks, School Tips, Middle School Counseling, Special Needs Students, School Closures, Home Schooling, School Organization

Working Together to Support Students with Visual Impairments and Family Members who Have Visual Impairment So Children Can Access Curriculum

We would like to match volunteers to the needs of students with visual impairments during this time of school closures. Families and volunteers are invited to fill out the forms, so that needs can be matched to available help.

Virtual Expanded Core Education Learning (ExCEL) Academy for Students with Visual Impairments Web Class, Writing Courses, Core Curriculum, School Closures, Educational Websites, Home Schooling, Kids Education, Students, Teaching

Virtual Expanded Core Education Learning (ExCEL) Academy for Students with Visual Impairments

Tips and resources for teachers and parents of children with visual impairments for coping during school closures Teaching Activities, Learning Resources, Teacher Resources, Multiple Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Teaching Technology, Assistive Technology, Study Skills, Life Skills

Coping with School Closures During COVID-19

This is a frightening time for people throughout the world as the COVID-19 turns our routine lives inside out. Fortunately, teachers, parents, and others are rising to the occasion to share ideas and resources to help us all get through this!

National Homework Hotline for Blind / Visually Impaired Students (NHH-BVI) during school closures due to Home Activities, Easter Activities, College Success, Writing Goals, Core Curriculum, School Closures, Private School, Home Schooling, High School Students

National Homework Hotline for Blind/Visually Impaired Students (NHH-BVI)

Free homework help hotline for students in the United States who are blind or visually impaired during the coronavirus / COVID 19 pandemic.