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    Adaptations for Visually Impaired Students

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    What suggestions might a school social worker provide to classroom teachers in order to help them meet the needs of visually impaired students?

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    Students who are visually impaired are just like other students except in their ability to read print and see visual representations. Therefore teachers must be prepared to adapt their instructional materials and educational environment for these students.
    Classroom Environment: Teachers should not neglect the difficulty of visually impaired students to maneuver around the classroom. Be sure to keep the classroom consistent. Help severely visually impaired students learn the location of furniture and materials in the classroom. Be sure that the ...

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    Adaption for visual impaired students are determined for classroom teachers.

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