Understand the brain and its emotional components to facilitate professional planning of student goals, behavior interventions, and teaching strategies when working with children who have unique sensory needs.
The course will focus on visual and non-visual strategies which facilitate age/stage development in the absence of vision or in the presence of reduced vision, appropriate to each level of spatiotemporal development for the young developing child as well as older children with cognitive disabilities or developmental delays.
Unified English Braille (UEB) for TVIs is intended to prepare teachers of the visually impaired and paraprofessionals for the implementation of Unified English Braille into their teaching practices as it is phased in. Other interested persons may also benefit from the series. The videos and practice exercises cover the entire Rules of Unified English Braille 2013.
Introduction to Unified English Braille (UEB) is a six-part video series, intended for anyone interested in braille, giving an overview of the changes that will come with the transition to Unified English Braille.
Unified English Braille (UEB) for Transcribers is a video series intended for braille transcribers or other interested persons. The videos and practice exercises cover the entire Rules of Unified English Braille 2013.