Student-Centered IEPs: A Pathway to Stronger Transition Outcomes
Supporting students to be self-determined in their IEP meetings helps develop leadership and self-advocacy skills that are paramount in later transition outcomes.
Discussion of the findings from the 2D image study for students with CVI
Object identification, gaze behavior, and image saliency analysis
CVI Ally: An Academic Access Companion for Students with Brain-based Visual Impairments and Their Teams
Explore how CVI can affect the different domains of a school day
Social Skills and Implications for Individuals with CVI
Individuals with CVI may have difficulties with attention to faces, facial recognition, understanding facial expressions, and body language.
CVI Ally: Creating Academic Access for and with Students with CVI
Explore a deeper understanding of the ways CVI can impact the various school domains/subject areas, and ways in which teams can support students in having an accessible academic experience
My Experience as a Student Living with CVI
Learn about LJ’s personal educational journey with CVI and how he accesses his learning in a general education setting.
Promising Practices: Considerations for the Accessibility of Sign Language for Individuals with CVI
Considerations for the visual accessibility of sign language alongside methodologies to support ongoing evaluation
Supporting social emotional development with young children who have CVI
Strategies to help infants, toddlers, and preschoolers develop and maintain positive relationships with caregivers and peers and learn how to express and regulate their feelings
Assistive Technology for Learners with CVI
An approach to assistive technology evaluation using the SETT framework and unique considerations for students with CVI.
Empowered Curiosity: Implementation of the CVI Companion Guide
Follow Joey’s CVI story from diagnosis to transition into preschool
Understanding Parent Perceptions on Assessment and Educational Programming for Their Children with CVI
A qualitative multiple case study examines the experiences of mothers of children with cortical/cerebral visual impairment