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The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
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The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths

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This powerpoint presentation by Terry Maggiore was given at the 2005 ADVISOR workshop.

This powerpoint presentation by Terry Maggiore was given at the 2005 ADVISOR workshop.

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    • 1. The Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired Children and Youths
      • The Existing Core Curriculum
      • The Expanded Core Curriculum
      • Includes notes from Cyral Miller, Director of Outreach, Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
    • 2. The Existing Core Curriculum
      • English language arts, other languages, to the extent possible
      • mathematics science
      • health, physical education
      • fine arts
      • social studies
      • economics, business education
      • vocational education
      • history
    • 3. The Expanded Core Curriculum
      • compensatory or functional academic skills, including communication modes
      • orientation and mobility
      • social interaction skills
      • independent living skills
      • recreation and leisure skills
      • career education
      • use of assistive technology
      • visual efficiency skills
    • 4. Compensatory or functional academic skills, including communication modes
      • Compensatory skills (example: Braille; listening skills; handwriting skills; abacus)
      • Functional skills (example: functional daily activities, choice-making and autonomy)
    • 5. Orientation and Mobility
    • 6. Social Interaction Skills
    • 7. Independent Living Skills
    • 8. Recreation and Leisure Skills
    • 9. Career Education
      • Leadership roles through which they learn to make independent decisions and to take charge of their lives.
      • They must learn to define their own work values, explore a variety of interests, and discover their own potential.
    • 10. Technology Can Be a Great Equalizer.
      • Assistive technology for students who use Braille or with low vision differs.
      • Can be low or high-tech.
      • Depend on students needs.
    • 11. Technology Can Be a Great Equalizer.
      • Should assist students in meeting curriculum goals.
      • Assessment should be in the environment the student will use the technology.
      • Assessment must show improved access to the curriculum.
      • www.setbc.org
    • 12. Visual Efficiency Skills
      • Development of Vision
      • Functional Vision Evaluation
      • Learning Media Assessment
      • Visual Environment Adaptations
      • Visual Efficiency Skills Training
        • Instructional Aids/Materials
        • Instructional Strategies
        • Low Vision Device Training
    • 13. Finding the Time Facilitate Parent Participation
      • See parents as child’s mentors/teachers
      • Keep an OPEN MIND and HEART
      • Consider parents’ individuality/diversity
      • Consider parent’s perspective
      • Give information to the parents through various means and modes
    • 14. Finding the Time Facilitate Parent Participation
      • Give parent’s information
      • “ Don’t just tell me to do it, explain how.”
      • “ Taking classes made me feel better, like I know something.”
      • “ Parents need resources too!”
      • “ You have no idea how good it made me feel when you asked me to help teach the mom of the new VI child at the school.”

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