The Georgia Institute of Technology, as part of a collaboration with the PhET Interactive Simulations project at the University of Colorado Boulder, is looking for teachers, and students with visual impairments to help bring the award winning PhET simulations to
Carmen Willings Joy Harris
WCBVI Outreach Director
The DPI Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired (WCBVI) is currently seeking applicants for a full-time Education Director position for the operation of the WCBVI Outreach Program.
Form a tech team to help your students.
Check out this outreach and technical assistant team formed through a partnership with the Nebraska Department of Education and the Nebraska Center for the Education of Children who are Blind or Visually Impaired (NCECBVI). Click on the headline to read more
A model for launching school based enterprises
The Georgia Academy for the Blind launched the GAB Cafe to teach students about entrepreneurship. Read more
Cogswell Macy Act
For students with blindness and visual impairments, achieving outstanding academic grades will not ensure access to post secondary education or employment unless the child has mastered the blindness specific compensatory skills, commonly referred to as the Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC).
Active Learning Conference
Given the opportunity, any child can learn! Active learning, an innovative approach developed by Dr. Lilli Nielsen has reshaped educational programming. Motivating and empowering those with multiple special needs to be engaged by their environment, instead of being controlled by
Low Vision Conference
Attend the Low Vision Conference in Austin, TX, May 11, 2017
Behavior issues in children with visual impairments and blindess
As a parent, guardian, or caregiver, you have hopes and dreams for your child who is blind or visually impaired. However, these hopes and dreams may not be realized if your child cannot overcome behavioral issues. Help your child to
Know your rights
When a child has a visual impairment, his or her learning and development may need help along the way. To help your child, know your rights. Read more.