What experiences do you have working with students with either visual impairments or hearing impairments?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 2:57 am ad1c9bdddf
I have had experiences with both visually impaired and hearing impaired students. The visually impaired student was a fifth grader whose vision was so bad that I co-authored a grant to allow us to buy her a special computer that was designed to accommodate her needs. All printed materials had to be blown up to 175% in order for her to ...
I have had experiences with both visually impaired and hearing impaired students.
Students with Visual / Hearing Impairments
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Students who rely on sign language for communication are often isolated from their peers because of difficulties with communication. Some feel that students with visual or hearing impairments should be placed in a separate program with other similarly impaired students. What do you think?
How does this fit with the concept of least restrictive environment?
Having a full time sign language interpreter in the classroom for one student is an expensive proposition for a school district. What other kinds of accommodations could be made in the classroom for a hearing or visually impaired student?
What kind of accommodations does your computer provide?