Tangible Symbols Webcast Presented by Elizabeth Torrey, Speech and Language Pathologist in the Early Learning Center at Perkins School for the Blind, this webcast provides an overview of using tangible symbols to communicate.
Tangible Symbols- Two dimensional photos or drawings are often too abstract. Tangible symbols were created as a first step towards understanding symbols. Students with visual impairment are also benfitting from the tangible symbols.-- pinned by: JRubino
I write about concepts directly relating to the Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) for children with vision impairments. The ECC is a disability specific curriculum and is a vital part to the education of children with vision impairments.